Asma Shakeel (SFS’24) has won the 2024 Rhodes Scholarship. Shakeel researches missionary history in South Asia, ultimately hoping to create a digital archive that chronicles the history of Kashmir.
Alexandra Holtzman (G’24) shares insights and key takeaways from her global capstone project working with DINT, a South Korean fashion designer, to help bring the company to the U.S. clothing market.
Harsh Patel (G'24) attended Sustaining the Oasis, a conference sponsored by Georgetown’s Earth Commons and Georgetown University in Qatar which explored the historical and future importance of water in the Middle East.
To celebrate Diwali, the McDonough School of Business spoke with executive MBA student Anagha Mhatre (G’24) to learn how her family celebrates the Festival of Lights, the meaning of the holiday, and how she carries on her cultural traditions.
GU-Q furthered the critical discourse on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict with its latest installment in the Palestine Speaker Series, a lecture titled Palestine and the Limits of the Law featuring distinguished legal scholar, Professor Wadie Said.
Hosted by the Baratta Center for Global Business at the McDonough School of Business, this conference addressed topics such as global value chains, cross-border investing, artificial intelligence, and the future of globalization.
International Research Partnership: Exploring Masculinities, (Non)violence, and Peacebuilding in Southeast Asia
The Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace, and Security recently launched a report on masculinities, non(violence), and peacebuilding drawing on surveys conducted with partner organizations in Indonesia and the Philippines.
Renée Gallant Brings a Passion for Connectivity to Her Role Representing Georgetown University in Asia
In recognition of the region’s critical importance in global affairs as well as the university’s historically strong ties to the region, Georgetown welcomes Renée Gallant (G’17) as its first representative in Asia.
New Interim Director of the Center for Jewish Civilization, Jonathan Lincoln, Brings Experience and Insight
Jonathan Lincoln is the new interim director of the Center for Jewish Civilization, bringing his perspective from an extensive career with the United Nations to the role.
New Director of the Alwaleed Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding Nader Hashemi Expands Community Engagement at SFS
Nader Hashemi, the new director of the Alwaleed Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding, plans to expand and strengthen the center through community engagement and leadership built upon his past professional experiences.
Georgetown University Representative in Rome Debora Tonelli Compiles New Anthology of Essays on Identity and Citizenship in the Mediterranean
Debora Tonelli has compiled a new anthology of essays in Italian which includes seven works from Mediterranean scholars exploring the concepts of identity and citizenship, particularly in the context of globalization.
Pragyan Kumar Acharya (SFS'24), an undergraduate student at Georgetown University in Qatar (GU-Q), researched an innovative educational project at Xavier University in the Philippines called the Night School Program.
Nami Bolat (C’25) spent the summer on a Davis Fellowship, digging through the lives, beliefs, and paintings that the Nabis, a cult-like group of post-impressionist painters, left behind in the United States, Japan, and France.
In summer 2023, 15 School of Health students immersed themselves in the Argentinian health care system as part of a six-week health science internship program to study viruses that cause respiratory infections in infants and children.
From Washington, D.C., to the World: Georgetown Custom Executive Education Expands Across the Middle East through the WIn Fellowship Program
The McDonough School of Business has partnered with the Atlantic Council to support the WIn Fellowship program, in which three cohorts of women from the Middle East participate in a year-long executive education program.