The Global Economic Challenges Network's May 22 workshop discussed the need for worker protection when reopening the world’s economy amid the global COVID-19 pandemic.
Georgetown SFS Professor Abraham Newman discusses the consequences of the United States decoupling from China in a new Foreign Affairs article.
Georgetown professor Jishnu Das and McGill University professor Madhukar Pai write about how India can strengthen its health care system after the COVID-19 lockdown to provide better care and address health care deficits.
Georgetown faculty from across the university reflect on the sometimes unexpected ways the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted and influenced their work.
Writing in the Washington Post, Georgetown SFS adjunct instructor Ishaan Tharoor explores how U.S. protests against police violence are reverberating around the world.
At a time when remote class and work environments have made the outside world feel very distant for most, Georgetown’s online language classes have brought global experiences back into students’ daily lives.
University students had to say a premature goodbye to their friends and communities when the COVID-19 pandemic hit. International students at Georgetown discuss how they are staying connected from different parts of the world.
In 2016, researchers at Georgetown helped establish the Urban Spatial Observatory (USO). The USO is now working with Delhi's government to provide relief to vulnerable communities.
Members of Georgetown's diverse faith communities have found ways to persist during COVID-19 by maintaining their spiritual practices from all around the globe.
The CALL program, which started in the fall of 2019, gives students the chance to earn a semester’s worth of credit while cultivating professional skills and living in downtown DC.
The Georgetown University community mourns the loss of leader, colleague, and friend Maeve McKean, who passed away unexpectedly on Thursday, April 2.
Unable to scrub up but eager to help the healthcare community, a group of Georgetown medical students started MedSupplyDrive, a nonprofit that collects protective gear for hospitals across the country.
Professor Joanna Lewis secured a grant which she plans to use to work alongside China to meet sustainability goals, while improving the U.S.-China relationship.