The program connects students and faculty to rich traditions and diverse perspectives, cultivating a deeper understanding of our world today.
These efforts include a new university-wide Humanities Initiative, a Master of Arts in the Engaged and Public Humanities, and a Future of the Humanities Project based at Oxford in the U.K.
McCourt professor Andrew Zeitlin co-designed a study to benchmark and compare a traditional USAID child and maternal nutrition and health program in Rwanda against cash transfers.
Acclaimed death penalty abolitionist Sister Helen Prejean discussed her new spiritual memoir, River of Fire, with Berkley Center Senior Fellow Paul Elie as part of Georgetown’s Faith and Culture Series.
Students met with Huawei executives in Shenzhen and rural farmers in Maharashtra as they conducted meetings, research, and interviews with local stakeholders on summer trips.
Students participated in the conference as part of a two-week study abroad program at Villa Le Balze, Georgetown’s study center in Fiesole, Italy, outside of Florence.
The Immigration and Labor Project advocates for immigrant and workers’ rights through research, grassroots organizing, and advocacy on issues that affect low-income immigrant communities in DC.
The Office of the Vice President of Global Engagement is now accepting applications for the fall 2019 cycle of Global Engagement Faculty Grants and the Campion Hall (Oxford) Residency. The deadline is midnight on Sunday, October 13, 2019.
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.