The Translational Health Internship is a study abroad program created by Georgetown and INFANT, a leading respiratory disease research organization headquartered in Buenos Aires.
Georgetown students participating in study abroad programs in Strasbourg and Lyon enroll in unique courses focused on social justice from a French perspective.
Hosted by the University of Notre Dame Rome Global Gateway, this platform gathers academic public in-person and online events organized in Rome by participating Catholic institutions with the coordination of the Georgetown University Representative…
Ambassadors of the 17 European Union member states in Qatar were recently briefed on the state of Qatar’s economy and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic at a talk by Dr. Alexis Antoniades of Georgetown University in Qatar.
Sanford Ungar, director of the Free Speech Project at Georgetown University, discusses his experience as a Voice of America (VOA) journalist and VOA's important role in global journalism with the Washington Post.
School of Foreign Service professor Ken Opalo's book Legislative Development in Africa has received the Africa Politics Conference Group's 2020 Best Book Award. Read the introduction for free through the Cambridge University Press website.
A major new book on climate change written by Dr. Anatol Lieven, a professor of government at Georgetown University in Qatar (GU-Q), has been chosen as a Financial Times Book of the Year in the environment category.
Building on the university's history and as an important first step in ongoing health sciences strategic work, Georgetown has announced a plan to launch two new schools: The Georgetown School of Nursing and the Georgetown School of Health.
Michelle Bachelet, U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights and Chile’s first female president, outlined steps for advancing gender equality and prioritizing human rights amid COVID-19 recovery efforts in Latin America during a Georgetown event.
The new Colin McCollester Mission Fund supports international internships, experiential learning, study abroad, and other international learning experiences for McCourt School students.
Khansa Maria, a student at Georgetown University in Qatar, has been named a winner of a Rhodes Scholarship to attend the University of Oxford in the United Kingdom.
For over a decade, Georgetown Law’s Two-Year LL.M. with Certificate in Legal English has offered foreign-trained lawyers an opportunity to delve into an LL.M specialization complemented by an innovative Legal English curriculum.
Following up on their 2019 conversation during the Centennial Weekend, on November 17, 2020, SFS convened Madeleine Albright, George Casey, and George Tenet for a virtual event to share their expert insights on the future role of U.S. diplomacy.
The United Nations Association of the United States is giving its 2020 Perdita Huston Award to Susan Deller Ross of Georgetown Law in recognition of her work advancing the rights of women and girls domestically and internationally.
Georgetown Magazine talks with Georgetown faculty Lawrence Gostin, Rebecca Katz, Mark Dybul, and Christopher J. King about why the COVID-19 virus is causing worldwide devastation and what the future might bring.
The Master of Arts in International Business and Policy Program (MA-IBP) is an interdisciplinary program at Georgetown University exploring the intersection between business and geopolitics.
Georgetown University in Qatar hosted Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield, former U.S. assistant secretary of state for African affairs, for a discussion of the ways rapid urbanization and economic development are reshaping Africa's future.
In a new Vatican News video Vice President for Global Engagement Thomas Banchoff shares why inclusive technology is key to building a healthier future after COVID-19.
Philip DeTurck (G’21) is the fourth recipient of the SoldierStrong partial-tuition scholarship for U.S. veterans and using his time at Georgetown to expand his expertise in East Asian political and security issues.