In a new Forbes piece, Madhavi Sunder of Georgetown Law and Lawrence Gostin of the O'Neill Institute each share their insights on what is bottlenecking global COVID-19 vaccine production and what the solutions are.
In a Star Tribune article Irfan Nooruddin, a professor of Indian politics at Georgetown University, is quoted on the COVID-19 crisis that has turned into a calamity in India.
Since joining the World Food Programme (WFP) in 1989, School of Foreign Service alumnus Stephen Anderson (SFS‘86) has worked tirelessly to ensure that all people have access to food and nutrition.
An April 2021 report from Jesuit Refugee Service/USA and Georgetown’s Institute for the Study of International Migration finds that public health restrictions amplified existing inequalities between displaced and host populations.
Global Health Initiative grants supported early research now published in "Migration and Health in Social Context" in the BMJ Global Health Journal, featuring Georgetown professors addressing factors that impact migrants seeking clinical care.
Alvaro Santos of Georgetown Law's Center for the Advancement of the Rule of Law in the Americas co-authored the report "Trade, Economy, and Work" (in collaboration with Chris Wilson of the Wilson Center and other experts), which offers policy…
Kim Daniels, co-director of the Initiative on Catholic Social Thought and Public Life and adjunct professor in Georgetown’s Department of Theology and Religious Studies, spoke with NBC's TODAY Show on Sr. Nathalie Becquart's Vatican appointment.
With the increased number of hate crimes committed against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) over the past year, and in light of the recent mass shooting in Atlanta, Georgia that took the lives of eight people, six of whom were women of…
A new $100 million investment from Georgetown alumnus and civic entrepreneur Frank H. McCourt Jr. (C’75) advances the McCourt School of Public Policy's goal to be the nation's most inclusive school of public policy.
Dr. Edward Kolla, associate professor of history at Georgetown University in Qatar, shared the surprising story of the modern passport, the world’s most recognizable document, in a recent Faculty Fellow talk.
A new Guardian article reports on research by Lena Orlin (Department of English), which shows William Shakespeare's monument in Holy Trinity Church was modelled from life.
Applying academic lessons to the real work of managing international relations, 10 female students enrolled at Georgetown University in Qatar served as “Diplomat for a Day” as guest members of Qatar’s diplomatic community.
Undergraduate and graduate students from the Center for Global Health Science and Security (GHSS) and the Center for Latin American Studies (CLAS) teamed up to jointly author a series of country-oriented research briefs.
Georgetown's Victor Cha spoke with Here & Now about North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's statements that the country is virus-free, contradicting claims by South Korean intelligence that North Korea attempted to steal vaccine information from Pfizer.
Qatar-based research and institutional support has played a prominent role in the global development of the field of Gulf and Arabian Peninsula studies in recent years, finds an article co-authored by Georgetown in Qatar's Gerd Nonneman.
Professor Patricia Biermayr-Jenzano was appointed to the European Commission's Expert Group on Food Systems Science, which assesses the needs, options, impacts and possible approach for an International Platform for Food Systems Science.
As part of a CSIS panel Amb. Melanne Verveer, executive director of the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security, examined U.S. and NATO interests in Afghanistan, security conditions on the ground, and the Taliban’s commitment to peace.
New research by post-doctoral fellow Calandra Stanley shows that yellow-billed cuckoos travel thousands of kilometers in short spans of time during seasonal migrations. Her findings reveal previously unknown facts about avian behavior.
Nearly $24 million from the Agnes N. Williams (L’54) estate will endow faculty professorships. A $10 million gift from Timothy (L’77) and Linda O’Neill (N’77) will establish the Center for Transformational Health Law at the O’Neill Institute.
Connections and Opportunities between 2022 and 2026 FIFA World Cup Tournaments the Focus of Expert Panel
Top sport scholars discussed the social, political, and economic impact of hosting the world’s most prestigious football tournament in a February 8 webinar co-sponsored by the US-Qatar Business Council and Georgetown University in Qatar.
A February 5 essay quotes Georgetown's John Carr and Rev. David Hollenbach, S.J., on ways the Catholic Church’s long tradition of public discourse on Catholic social teaching can help unite a divided America.
From Twitter banning a sitting president, to Robinhood halting GameStop trades amidst the guerilla campaign to hike shares, recent events underscore the influence of what Georgetown Law Professor Anupam Chander refers to as the “new gatekeepers.”
$3.2 Million Gift to Create Steers Center for Global Real Estate’s Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) Solutions Group
The McDonough School of Business is proud to announce the launch of the Steers ESG Solutions Group, established through a $3.2 million gift from Robert (B’75, P’06, P’08, P’10) and Lauren Steers (P’06, P’08, P’10).
With a message about the important role women play in Qatar’s growing economy, Sheikha Alanoud bint Hamad Al-Thani, managing director of business development at the Qatar Financial Centre Authority, was the featured speaker at a GU-Q webinar.
Linguistics Professor Wins Award for Social Justice for Her Work to Make Spanish Courses More Inclusive
Cristina Sanz, professor of linguistics in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at Georgetown, was awarded the AAUSC Innovation in Language Program Direction Award for Inclusion and Social Justice in fall 2020.
In a Washington Post op-ed, Victor Cha, a Georgetown professor and senior adviser at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, addresses the threat of North Korea to Biden's new administration.
The Translational Health Internship is a study abroad program created by Georgetown and INFANT, a leading respiratory disease research organization headquartered in Buenos Aires.
Georgetown students participating in study abroad programs in Strasbourg and Lyon enroll in unique courses focused on social justice from a French perspective.
Hosted by the University of Notre Dame Rome Global Gateway, this platform gathers academic public in-person and online events organized in Rome by participating Catholic institutions with the coordination of the Georgetown University Representative…
Ambassadors of the 17 European Union member states in Qatar were recently briefed on the state of Qatar’s economy and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic at a talk by Dr. Alexis Antoniades of Georgetown University in Qatar.