Georgetown University is planning for its future. Guided by our academic leadership and an emerging vision for the future of the University, Georgetown is engaged in a comprehensive master planning process to ensure that the University has physical spaces that support future academic programs and a vibrant living and learning community on the Main Campus.
Georgetown University is in the second year of a five-year technology transformation strategy in support of the University’s teaching, learning, and research mission. As part of its Designing the Future(s) initiative, Georgetown is engaging technology disruptions in and out of the classroom to think about the Future University.
Georgetown is committed to addressing critical sustainability challenges in our local and global communities. The university is pursuing broad-based, practical approaches to sustainability, including an ambitious commitment to cut the University’s carbon footprint in half by 2020. On campus, we are implementing real-world sustainability solutions, using the campus as a living laboratory and developing long-term sustainability plans to guide our work.
Designed to challenge Georgetown leaders in a rapidly changing higher education environment, SAGE provides a platform through which executives can continue to advance the climate of creativity and collaboration necessary to implement the vision of Georgetown University.