HoyasForShe student fellows work five to seven hours per week in support of university offices and programs that embody Georgetown's commitment to the principle of gender equality.
HeForShe at Georgetown
The Office of the Vice President for Global Engagement invites proposals for grants to fund student activities in support of the HoyasForShe movement, such as on-campus events, trainings, workshops, and other programming that advances the mission of gender equality and U.N. Women's HeForShe campaign. Grants are up to $1,000.
HoyasForShe fellow Rebecca Hinkhouse describes her project to mobilize students to hold representatives on the Hill and government agencies accountable for implementing the Women, Peace, and Security Act.
An app created by Georgetown students to connect women in university computer science programs took first prize in the gender equality track at this year’s 2019 Hoya Hacks competition.
HoyasForShe Fellow Maya Stevenson (C'20) outlines her experience as a student of color in a listening session to discuss the new Title IX regulations proposed by the U.S. Department of Education.
HoyasForShe Fellow Allie Frei (C'19) details her experience attending the Gender+ Justice Initiative's third annual colloquium, which convened gender justice research from across Georgetown's campuses.
HoyasForShe Fellow Katie O'Hara (G'19) discusses takeaways from an event “What Could I Do? Questions for Today from the Play Our Class,” sponsored by the Gender+ Justice Initiative and the Theater and Performance Studies Program.
Check out a list of classes for the spring 2019 semester taught by affiliates of the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security or related to the field of gender and conflict.
HoyasForShe Fellow Cynthia Sun (SFS'20) reflects on the HeForShe #GetFreeTour, during which representatives from U.N. Women engaged Georgetown students on campus to learn more about the global efforts for gender equality.
These undergraduate and graduate students will work throughout the year with university offices and programs that embody Georgetown's commitment to the principle of gender equality.
President DeGioia joined heads of state, CEOs, and other university presidents from around the world in exploring emerging solutions in the fight for global gender equality at the U.N. HeForShe Summit.
The new task force will study and recommend ways to strengthen the university’s capacity to support and advance gender equity among its faculty and senior leadership.
Alumna Mary Kathryn Nagle (C‘05) returned to campus to discuss the debut of her new play, Sovereignty, and reflect on her divergent career path as both a lawyer and a playwright.
Gender equality was among the tracks available at Hoya Hacks, where students from universities across the region compete to come up with creative ways of using technology to address pressing global issues.
Pregnant women’s participation in clinical trials and intimate partner violence were only two of the subjects explored at the Gender+ Justice Initiative’s Second Annual Faculty Research Colloquium.
President John DeGioia was one of a group of 30 university presidents, heads of state and CEOs who officially unveiled a new gender parity report for the HeForShe campaign.
As a University IMPACT Champion, President DeGioia joins heads of state, corporate leaders, and other university presidents worldwide in pledging to lead in the fight for gender equality.
Check out past events related to the HeForShe movement at Georgetown and gender equality on campus and around the world.
Join the billions who believe that everyone is born free and equal and commit to take action against gender bias, discrimination, and violence.