On August 31 Georgetown University and La Civiltà Cattolica, a prominent Jesuit journal in Rome, hosted a webinar to discuss the challenges facing Pope Francis in his efforts to reform the Church and respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Through the Hoyas for Each Other program, faculty and staff volunteers organized workshops so GU-Q students could learn a new skill while getting the chance to chat with friends and university community members in a casual, stress free setting.
Omar Khalifah, associate professor of Arabic literature and culture at Georgetown University in Qatar, recently published The Sand Catcher, a novel which compels the reader to consider the significance of having Palestinians tell their own stories.
On July 14 Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases at the National Institutes of Health, joined Georgetown students for an update on the COVID-19 pandemic, moderated by John Monahan and Mo Elleithee.
Launched July 22, 2020, the COVID-19 Law Lab initiative gathers and shares legal documents from over 190 countries across the world to help states establish and implement strong legal frameworks to manage the pandemic. Georgetown's Global Health…
Through her spring 2020 Science for All course called Rising Seas, Warming Oceans, Science, Technology and International Affairs Lecturer Clare Fieseler introduced students to the very real impacts of human-driven climate change.
Panelists at a July 2 workshop sponsored by the Global Economic Challenges Network emphasized that institution-building requires maintaining solidarity among nations and a commitment to upholding the public good.
The Global Economic Challenges Network's May 22 workshop discussed the need for worker protection when reopening the world’s economy amid the global COVID-19 pandemic.
Georgetown SFS Professor Abraham Newman discusses the consequences of the United States decoupling from China in a new Foreign Affairs article.
Georgetown faculty from across the university reflect on the sometimes unexpected ways the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted and influenced their work.
Writing in the Washington Post, Georgetown SFS adjunct instructor Ishaan Tharoor explores how U.S. protests against police violence are reverberating around the world.