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Giving Tuesday

Giving Tuesday

Thank you #HoyasForOthers! 554 donors made gifts yesterday to support Georgetown University on #GivingTuesday. Because of alumni like you, Georgetown is able to do more for our students who want to make a positive impact on our world as women and men for others.

Class of 1964

Georgetown in Photos:
2014 Year in Pictures

The Class of 1964 raised $20,551,696 for their 50th reunion, the largest reunion gift from any class in Georgetown's history. View photo highlights of campus activities and capture a slice of life this year at Georgetown.

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Georgetown Gratitude

Video of the Month:
Georgetown Gratitude

Members of the Georgetown Community share a few of the many things for which they are grateful this holiday season.

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Alumni in Athletics

Passing the Torch:
Alumni in Athletics

Since graduating, three of our young alumni have taken their love of sports and are making waves in the field of athletics; specifically, in the areas of baseball, track and field, and sports broadcasting and communications.

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2015-2018 Board of Governors Nominations Open

Annually, Georgetown alumni have the opportunity to submit a self-nomination to be considered for the Board of Governors, the elected leadership body of the Georgetown University Alumni Association. The nominations process for the 2015-2018 slate is now underway. The deadline for self-nominations has been extended to Monday, December 29, 2014 at 11:59 p.m. ET. Read more.

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GUAA Initiates Contract for Alumni Data and Directory Update

Georgetown University Alumni Association is excited to partner with Publishing Concepts, Inc. (PCI) to manage the update and publishing of a new alumni directory. Alumni may be contacted to participate in the year-long project. Printed directories will ship to those who order them in the spring of 2015. Read more.

Alumni Spotlight

Steven Evangelista

Steven Evangelista (C’98)

Principal and co-founder, Harlem Link Charter School

Steven Evangelista had expected his career in education to be temporary, but instead it became a life-long calling. Evangelista is principal and co-founder of Harlem Link Charter School, a K-5 public school that strives to graduate articulate scholars who not only exceed state performance standards, but who are also active citizens serving within their own communities. Evangelista discovered his calling after graduating from Georgetown as a psychology major, when he enrolled with Teach for America. Assigned to work in New York City, he found the elementary schools in the area were in great need of a “curriculum and teaching structure that supports the development of critical thinking skills and student independence.” Evangelista, initially opposed to charter schools, began researching the possibility of creating a charter school in Harlem to address these needs while earning his master’s in education at Bank Street College. In 2005, with the help of a grassroots founding board and co-founder Margaret Ryan, he opened Harlem Link Charter School. Now, because of Harlem Link’s impressive academic and organizational achievements, it has earned a charter renewal, extending into 2018. 

24 Nov 2014

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