Georgetown University Representative in Rome Debora Tonelli Compiles New Anthology of Essays on Identity and Citizenship in the Mediterranean
Debora Tonelli has compiled a new anthology of essays in Italian which includes seven works from Mediterranean scholars exploring the concepts of identity and citizenship, particularly in the context of globalization.
Pragyan Kumar Acharya (SFS'24), an undergraduate student at Georgetown University in Qatar (GU-Q), researched an innovative educational project at Xavier University in the Philippines called the Night School Program.
Nami Bolat (C’25) spent the summer on a Davis Fellowship, digging through the lives, beliefs, and paintings that the Nabis, a cult-like group of post-impressionist painters, left behind in the United States, Japan, and France.
In summer 2023, 15 School of Health students immersed themselves in the Argentinian health care system as part of a six-week health science internship program to study viruses that cause respiratory infections in infants and children.
From Washington, D.C., to the World: Georgetown Custom Executive Education Expands Across the Middle East through the WIn Fellowship Program
The McDonough School of Business has partnered with the Atlantic Council to support the WIn Fellowship program, in which three cohorts of women from the Middle East participate in a year-long executive education program.
As a teenager, Gina Maeng (L’25), found success in the massive South Korean “K-pop” music industry, but more recently, she’s begun making a name for herself in the legal world, joining Georgetown Law.
Collaborative Research Fellow Vladyslav Havrylov writes for the Atlantic Council on the abduction of Ukrainian children to Russia and subsequent erasure of their Ukrainian identity.
Through the Earth Commons inaugural immersive summer courses, launched in 2023, undergraduates can explore the environment and sustainability of multiple sites around the world from South Africa to Peru.
The Spanish-language podcast will air from Tuesday to Friday at 6:00 a.m. Eastern Time and feature guests that make the news, as well as analysts and journalists that go beyond the daily headlines.
Georgetown Ambassadors for Women, Peace, and Security traveled to Jordan in June 2023 to learn about peace and security in the Middle East and the role of women, as well as explore future initiatives in the region.
Kathleen McNamara, professor of government and foreign service, explains Turkey's change in stance on the admission of Sweden to NATO in July 2023 and the prospects for EU membership.
Beijing’s support for African countries has expanded beyond sending health care workers to vital infrastructure. Lawrence Gostin, director of the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law, weighs in for the South China Morning Post.