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New research published today in Nature Ecology & Evolution estimates that there are only 10,000 to 12,000 viruses in mammals that are potentially harmful to humans, compared to previous estimates of 500,000 to 700,000.
CrossCurrents is a citywide biennial festival that highlights innovative artists—Georgetown students and alumni among them—who are harnessing the power of performance to humanize global politics.
Georgetown Students Advocate for Inclusion of Women in International Peace Processes on Capitol Hill
Students met with staffers from both parties about the Women, Peace, and Security Act, which promotes the inclusion of women at every stage of international conflict management.
After forging friendships and professional relationships in the United States, many international students seek employment in this country both during their time at Georgetown and after graduation.
How law can be used to advance global health care rights is the subject of a study released by a recently created commission comprising Georgetown Law's O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law, and The Lancet journals.
The Zones of Conflict, Zones of Peace program supports annual courses at Georgetown University in Qatar (GU-Q) that enable students to study and travel to zones of ethnic, political, religious, and social conflict.
Student-run cultural clubs serve as a tether to home for the university’s more than 3,300 international students and provide opportunities for the whole community to learn from students of different backgrounds.
The Initiative for U.S.-China Dialogue on Global Issues launched a new podcast series that captures the reflections of ambassadors, cabinet secretaries, and senior officials whose actions shape relations between the United States and China.