The Office of the Vice President of Global Engagement is now accepting applications for the spring 2020 cycle of Global Engagement Faculty Grants and the Campion Hall (Oxford) Residency. The deadline is midnight on Sunday, March 8, 2020.
Part of a Georgetown University in Qatar and Institute for the Study of Diplomacy collaboration, 28 students represented different countries during in a simulation about the Iran nuclear crisis.
Colombian journalist and reporter Vanessa de la Torre (G'11) returned to Georgetown for a conversation with Fr. Matthew Carnes, S.J., about her first book, Love Stories in War Fields.
In honor of Jesuit Heritage Month, Akintunde E. Akinade reflects on teaching religion at a Jesuit institution in a predominantly Muslim country.
Alero Oyinlola (C’22) pursued her interest in economic development in Arques, France where she worked directly with the community to create a mobilization strategy.
Sara Rotenberg (NHS'20) is a recipient of the 2020 Rhodes Scholarship. She is a global health major from Canada who aims to create a more equitable world for those with disabilities.
Many professors complement coursework with trips downtown to expand first-year students' networks in DC, serve nearby communities, and engage with global issues in a local context.
The weekend brought together over a thousand alumni, students, parents, and friends to celebrate the school’s first century and discuss the challenges of the next 100 years.
Nearly a dozen student and alumni entrepreneurs pitched their business ventures at the Leonsis Family Entrepreneurship Prize “Bark Tank” pitch competition event.