During the last week of June 2022, Vice President for Global Engagement Thomas Banchoff accompanied Dean Joel Hellman of the Walsh School of Foreign Service on a trip to Singapore and Indonesia.
For Foreign Affairs, Marwa Daoudy, associate professor at the School of Foreign Service, writes of the grave implication climate change will add to the already serious situation in the Middle East.
The Center on Privacy and Technology at Georgetown Law reveals U.S. immigration enforcement exploits data from private companies and government authorities to carry out deportations.
For Foreign Policy, Matthew Kroenig, professor at the School of Foreign Service, engages in conversation with Emma Ashfold, senior fellow at the Atlantic Council, on strategies for ending Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Qatar Foundation and Georgetown University in Qatar Educational Program Promotes Worker Welfare in Education City
The one-day program was focused on educating attendees on issues relating to labor and migration in Arabian Peninsula.
Connections between Muslim World Diplomacy, Civil Rights, and the History of Jazz Explored in Book from GU-Q Scholar
Georgetown University in Qatar professor Dr. Maurice Jackson co-edited a book on the surprising role of diplomacy from the Muslim world in the history of American jazz music in Washington, DC.
Georgetown University professor Shanta Devarajan speaks to CNBC on the possible agreement between Sri Lanka and the International Monetary Fund.
Omar Alshogre (School of Continuing Studies '23) speaks on his time in Syrian prisons and how this has shaped his work and studies in the United States.
Connecting Current and Future Hoyas: 2022 GAAP Weekend Welcomes Prospective Students from Around the World
During the spring 2022 semester, the Georgetown Admissions Ambassador Program (GAAP) welcomed Class of 2026 prospective students from the United States and abroad for the first GAAP weekend since 2019.