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Georgetown College

Georgetown College

Founded in 1789 as the nation’s first Catholic institution of higher learning, Georgetown College is committed to the Jesuit traditions of an integrated education and of productive research in the liberal arts, including fine arts, humanities, languages, sciences, and social sciences. Among other degree programs in the natural sciences, the College offers a major in biology of global health.

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Ali Arab

Department of Mathematics and Statistics

Associate Professor

William Daddio

School of Medicine; Department of Sociology

Adjunct Instructor

Adam Green

Department of Psychology

Associate Professor

Paul Roepe

Department of Chemistry; School of Medicine

Professor

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Steven Singer

Department of Biology; School of Medicine

Professor

Andria Wisler

Center for Social Justice Research, Teaching, and Service

Associate Teaching Professor