Program News

Master in Environmental Metrology & Policy Program – for the Betterment of the World

February 19, 2020. Join us on March 5, 2020 for another informational webinar for the EMAP program via ZOOM. The meeting will be held at 12:30 pm EST.

February 18, 2020. Great Value Colleges has named The EMAP program as one of the 20 Most Affordable Master’s in Environmental Management for 2020. EMAP is ranked at #4.

February 12, 2020. Informational Webinar for prospective EMAP students. Join us on February 13, 2020 for a ZOOM meeting at 12:30 pm EST if you have any questions regarding the Environmental Metrology & Policy Program

If you wish to attend, click HERE. Once you click the link you will be sent straight to the webinar. If this is your first-time using ZOOM, you will be prompted to download ZOOM. Once downloaded you will be sent directly to the webinar.

February 4, 2020. This year, the U.S. EPA is turning 50! In commemoration, they are producing flashback videos that provide a historical glimpse into the research by scientists and engineers. Dr. Kevin Teichman, Senior Advisor for the Office of Research & Development and adjunct professor at GU’s Environmental Metrology & Policy Program, as he talks Air Quality Impacts on Public Health. #EPAat50 #EMAP https://youtu.be/wuZRd71X_Lc

June 9, 2019. The EMAP program is hosting an open house for its Environmental Metrology Laboratory from 11 am to 2 pm on Wednesday June 19, 2019 on the 4th floor of White Gravenor Hall to celebrate that the first environmental metrology lab at Georgetown University is open for teaching and research. This is made possible by the generous support from Agilent Techologies, Inc through its instruments placement program. You are welcome to join us to mark the occasion by RSVP.

U.S. Senators Announce New Bipartisan Chemistry Caucus

March 28th, 2017

A group of U.S. Senators announced a bipartisan chemistry caucus. Per the news release by the office of Senator Chris Coons (D-DE), the group that consists of four co-chairs: Senators Chris Coons (D-DE), Shelley Moore Capito (R-WV), Steve Daines (R-MT), and Gary Peters (D-MI). Additionally, Senators John Boozman (R-AR), Joe Donnelly (D-IN), John Neely Kennedy (R-LA) and Joe Manchin (D-WV) “…will work with their colleagues in the Senate to underscore the importance of employing sound science to create effective public policy and to promote initiatives that encourage the development of chemical manufacturing and a new generation of chemists in the U.S. through world-class education and research programs.” The latter statement fits perfectly with the mission statement of Georgetown’s Environmental Metrology and Policy (EMAP) Program.