Welcome to Georgetown University's undergraduate Journalism Program. Any internship, scholarship, fellowship or job postings that you would like the journalism program to circulate please send to jourminor@georgetown.edu. We are happy to share via our program Twitter feed.


Wednesday, March 27, Georgetown's undergraduate journalism department hosted its fifth annual event of the Salim El-Lozi Lecture Series.  This year's discussion was "Journalism and the War on Truth," and a video of the event can be viewed here.

War on Truth



About the Program

Director: On August 27, 2018, Georgetown University announced the appointment of Los Angeles Times reporter and columnist Doyle McManus as the journalism program director.  McManus brings experience from his work as a foreign correspondent, White House correspondent, and Washington bureau chief for the Los Angeles Times, where he continues to write a column for the op-ed page.  He can also be found on PBS's "Washington Week" and NPR.  Learn more about his background and discover his work here.

Assistant Directior:  Ann Oldenburg began her career at The Washington Post and spent more than two decades at USA Today.  She began her career as a lecturer at Georgetown in 2016. 

The journalism minor, founded by Barbara Feinman Todd, author and professor emerita, launched in the fall of 2012. On the rest of this site, you will find program information, resources, internship listings and the Journalism Program's own alumni stories.

The Journalism minor, housed in the University's English Department, offers Georgetown students an opportunity to practice journalism and explore critical literacy and scholarly critique in the field of journalism. Combining an old school dedication to ethics and truth-telling with today's new media, multi-platform approach, the minor enhances students’ understanding of journalism's quickly changing topography. The program’s interdisciplinary approach enables students to combine a passion for storytelling with a commitment to social justice; cutting edge classes such as the Pearl Project give students the opportunity to acquire valuable investigative and analytical skills. For students drawn to cultural journalism, the Gallagher Family Fund Initiative enables the journalism program to offer opportunities that speak to these interests.