Georgetown University's Core Global Identity
Academic excellence, a D.C. location, and service to the world are at the core of Georgetown University's global identity. An international community of scholars and students based in the nation’s capital, Georgetown advances the common good through research, teaching, and outreach around critical global issues.
Georgetown’s Great Influenza Centenary Project catalyzes university-wide reflection on the historic influenza and serves as a platform for exploring the effects of a future public health emergency.
Georgetown has participated in HeForShe, a U.N. Women campaign for gender equality, as a university IMPACT champion since 2016. Visit HeForShe at Georgetown to find updates and upcoming events that advance the mission of HeForShe.
The Center for Latin American Studies traveled with students to Peru to visit sites in Lima, Cuzco, and Machu Picchu.
From 2016 to 2017 Georgetown advanced its engagement with Latin America through the Latin America Initiative, which propelled collaboration across schools and disciplines.
The Georgetown Environment Initiative is announcing its spring 2018 call for proposals for the Georgetown Environment Initiative Impact Program. The deadline is Monday, April 9.
Carlos Aramayo (S'19), a student in the School of Continuing Studies BALS program, founded a nonprofit that builds low-cost homes for those most in need in Bolivia.
Three seniors discuss their experiences interning while studying abroad in the United Kingdom, Germany, and Morocco, combining cultural immersion abroad with hands-on professional experience.
More than 50 faculty members across Georgetown’s campuses gathered at the second annual Faculty Forum of the Georgetown University Global Health Initiative.
To encourage interdisciplinary reflection on the centenary of the Great Influenza, the Global Health Initiative will offer interested Georgetown units and faculty financial support, event planning advice, and communications assistance.
Gender equality was among the tracks available at Hoya Hacks, where students from universities across the region compete to come up with creative ways of using technology to address pressing global issues.