What is the difference between the Psychology department's Lifespan Cognitive Neuroscience (LCN) program and the Interdisciplinary Program in Neuroscience (IPN)?
The greater graduate student body at Georgetown is very active and energetic. Students in the department are active leaders and participants in Graduate Student Organization-sponsored clubs like the Graduate Association of Students in Psychology (GASP) and Mind the Gap, an interdisciplinary club dedicated to connecting graduate students whose research focuses on any aspect of the mind/brain. The University offers many opportunities to participate in other campus activities, connect to off-campus activities, and provides strong resources to support and encourage its graduate students.
Thanks to the free and convenient Georgetown University Transportation Shuttles (GUTS) and to one of the country's best public transportation systems, students are able to live off campus in a variety of exciting neighborhoods within easy commuting distance of the University, including Dupont Circle, Columbia Heights, and Rosslyn.