Experts from the United States and India discussed India’s economy, foreign policy and diplomacy, the upcoming elections, and social and economic innovation at the third annual India Ideas Conference.
A survey by Irfan Nooruddin, James Habyarimana, and Stuti Khemani revealed that residents of Bihar, India, prefer public health services and infrastructure improvements to direct cash transfers.
The Medical Center announced the appointment of Deus Bazira, an expert in health systems strengthening and a public health practitioner, to establish and co-direct the new Center for Global Health Practice and Impact.
Four members of the School of Nursing & Health Studies faculty traveled to Liberia to explore the health care and educational needs of the area through a five-day midwifery workshop.
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.
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Nicola Gardini, acclaimed novelist and Oxford professor, will offer a personal and passionate look at the Latin language and discuss his forthcoming book Long Live Latin in conversation with Georgetown College Dean Christopher Celenza.
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.
Corine Forward's (C’19) interest in identity concepts led her to Ghana's Sefwi-Wiaso district, where she researched an isolated Jewish community for her senior thesis.