This conference, sponsored by Georgetown University and La Civiltà Cattolica, will take place on May 27 and 28 in Rome, convening scholars and practitioners to explore Pope Francis’ idea of the culture of encounter and its practical relevance across…
Georgetown Law hosts a virtual discussion with two Supreme Court justices which covered topics from diversity in the judiciary to lessons learned from each other’s legal systems.
This May, Georgetown University celebrates the many contributions of Asian American and Pacific Islander students, faculty, and staff and highlights the teaching, scholarship, advocacy, and cultural enrichment efforts of our university community.
Students of Georgetown’s MBA program participate in Global Business Experience in March 2022 trips after being virtual for two years.
For the Washington Post, Gregg Bloche, Georgetown Law professor, and Elisa Massimino, executive director at the Human Rights Institute, co-write a piece on Ukrainian officials moving forward with war crime prosecutions against Russian soldiers.
Alumni of Georgetown University Medical Center are working to provide aid for those affected by the crisis in Ukraine.
Youth climate leaders at Georgetown University spoke with former vice president Al Gore at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC.
The Earth Commons and Global Lab, in partnership with the Embassy of Sweden and Dramaten, has launched a project featuring a two-year series of curated international performances and a digital platform for climate storytelling.
Dagomar Degroot, associate professor of environmental history, seeks a more nuanced understanding of climate change by interpreting evidence of weather documented in nature.
In January 2022, two Georgetown students received an unexpected invitation to join Pope Francis on a live Zoom call. A few weeks later, they presented their experiences and questions to the pope.
In the Spirit of Georgetown storytelling series, three alumni committed to the value of cura personalis through their efforts in uplifting communities in the United States and abroad.
In 2022, a diverse cohort of School of Foreign Service students and alumni have been awarded Pickering and Payne Fellowships, which aim to strengthen the U.S. Foreign Service by supporting historically underrepresented groups.
In the Georgetown Journal of International Affairs, Magdalena Kmak and Stephen Phillips call on the European Union to treat its human rights obligations seriously by ensuring full functionality of territorial asylum in the EU.
In the Georgetown Journal of International Affairs, Workineh Kelbessa argues the management of natural resources should be participatory, inclusive of indigenous input, and community-based.
According to a new report from the U.S. Department of State, Georgetown University is the second highest producer of U.S. Fulbright Student Program awardees for 2021-2022.
On Friday March 18, Georgetown University's newly launched Earth Commons is co-sponsoring an evening of climate storytelling with emerging artists and climate leaders, inspired by Greta Thunberg’s urgent question, “Can you hear me?”
With the use of virtual reality technology, Georgetown University in Qatar students explored a social justice initiative while learning how digital innovations have transformed society and the future of education.
Georgetown has launched the Earth Commons to accelerate action, research, and education on the most pressing environmental and sustainability challenges both locally and globally.
At least seven School of Foreign Service alumni currently work at the embassy in Beirut, facilitating cultural exchange and managing humanitarian relief efforts and representing American interests abroad.
Interviewed by the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs, Constantin Sigov reflects on the Russian invasion of Ukraine, highlighting what the conflict might mean for the future of Ukraine, Europe, and world order.
On February 26, the School of Foreign Service and McDonough School of Business will host the Africa Business Conference featuring panels and keynote addresses from emerging leaders and Africa business icons.
In January 2022, leading Italian philosopher Gianni Vattimo spoke with Debora Tonelli on the encyclical Fratelli Tutti and the future of the Catholic Church.
The new U.S.-China Nexus podcast will feature conversations with scholars and policy experts on the dynamics in China and Sino-American relations.
Maryam Rayed (G'23), a master's degree student in democracy and governance at Georgetown, is quoted in Voice of America about the uncertain future of her home country and potential opportunities for Afghan Fulbright students in the United States.
For Foreign Policy, SFS Professor Matthew Kroenig and Emily Ashford discuss the recent civil unrest in Kazakhstan and the potential impact on the United States' relationship with Russia and Eurasia.
For the Bharat Express News, Alexandra Phelan, assistant professor of global law, public health, and ethics, provides comments on vaccine inequity between high-income and low-income countries.
"Women in Synodality," an event co-hosted by Georgetown University, responded to concern over the lack of female leadership positions in the Catholic Church, and looked towards the future role of women in the Church.
For NPR, Center for Eurasian, Russian and East European Studies Director Angela Stent provides historical context for Russia's recent aggression towards Ukraine.
Marc Busch, professor of international business diplomacy at SFS, writes for the Hill on the potential for bias towards European cars and car parts under Congress' proposed electric vehicle tax credits.
Mirgani, assistant director for publications at GU-Q’s Center for International and Regional Studies, says that her role has influenced her creative process and informed her award winning short, Al-Sit.