Global Georgetown

Academic excellence, a DC location, and service to the world are at the core of Georgetown University's global identity. An international community of scholars and students based in the nation’s capital, Georgetown advances the common good through research, teaching, and outreach around global issues.

Building gate with "Greater Chennai Corporation Corona Hotspot - Restricted Area Entry or Exit Not Allowed" sign

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.

Roudah Al Neama meets IOM Chief of Mission in Qatar Iman Younis Ereiqat

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.

Six tall North Korean flag poles next to each other as man rides his bicycle below them (via Flickr user Roman Harak)

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.

Melanne Verveer

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.

Exterior campus sign: "Georgetown University Law Center, 1600 New Jersey Ave"

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.

Aerial view of the Vatican's St. Peter's Square

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…

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Sanford Ungar, director of the Free Speech Project at Georgetown University, discusses his experience as a Voice of America (VOA) journalist and VOA's important role in global journalism with the Washington Post.