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Meet the Class of 2016

  • Cindy Gao

    SFS Senior Takes on Public Policy at Facebook’s D.C. Office

    February 3, 2016

    Cindy Gao, a senior international economics major in the SFS with interests in mathematics and computer science, has scored an internship at Facebook’s public policy office in D.C.

  • U.N. Climate Change Conference

    STIA Students Attend U.N. Climate Change Conference

    December 11, 2015

    Georgetown University sent a delegation to the U.N. Climate Conference in Paris, France. SFS Professor Joanna Lewis, associate professor of Science, Technology and International Affairs, and Professor Vicki Arroyo, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center at Georgetown Law, brought two Georgetown undergraduates, Norah Berk (SFS ’16) and Alexandra Donovan (SFS ’17), as well as several state government officials who participated in some of the events. The faculty members spoke at events alongside the official negotiations, and tracked the negotiations closely.

  • Hannah Samley

    Senior Nursing Major Conducts Research on Oncology Nursing

    December 3, 2015

    This year, Hannah Samley (NHS’16) is conducting an honors project on oncology nursing with a specific focus on knowledge and perceptions of music therapy efficacy in cancer treatment.

  • Nick Walker

    International Student focuses on Entrepreneurship in Politics

    December 2, 2015

    Like many SFS students, Nick Walker (SFS ’16) came to Georgetown planning to become a diplomat. Now a senior studying Culture and Politics and focusing on entrepreneurship in politics, Walker hopes to ultimately make an impact in his home city of Rio de Janeiro as a social entrepreneur.

  • Matthew Quallen

    Marshall Scholar to Study Dehumanization Throughout History

    November 23, 2015

    Matthew Quallen (SFS’16) plans to use his recently awarded Marshall Scholarship to study the concept of the "animalization" of people throughout history so he may deepen his understanding of how people become and remain marginalized.

  • sailing

    Student Athlete Sails the Potomac

    October 27, 2015

    This year's Marlow Ropes College Sailor of the Year Nevin Snow (C’16) gives an inside look at Georgetown’s sailing team and how he balances life as a student athlete.

  • Symone Fogg

    Senior Finds Path to Excellence Through Art and Design

    October 2, 2015

    Art and English double-major Symone Fogg (C’16) dives into creative pursuits after receiving a Design Excellence Award for graphic design from her semester at the Danish Institute for Study Abroad.

  • Tim Rosenberger speaks in front of a wall with ivy

    Grateful Senior to Share Georgetown Experience With First-Years

    August 26, 2015

    Timothy Rosenberger (C’16) says he's grateful for the people he’s encountered at the university who have helped him thrive, and he's eager share that Georgetown experience with the incoming class of first-years as the 2015 McTighe Prize winner during New Student Convocation.

  • William Bricker

    Nurse Anesthesia Student Goes the Extra Miles

    July 20, 2015

    Bill Bricker (G’16) is a graduate student in the Nurse Anesthesia Program. He says, “The most enjoyable part of the program has been the knowledge acquired. . . . I fully enjoy the friendships and camaraderie that I have found at Georgetown.”

  • Lindsay Horikoshi

    International Health Major Maximizes Time at Georgetown to Improve Health Globally

    July 13, 2015

    International health major Lindsay Horikoshi (NHS’16) has studied abroad in Ecuador, joined the World Faiths Development Dialogue at Georgetown, and spent time this summer interning at Booz Allen Hamilton.