Said Bilani (SCS’20) is among the 45 recipients of this year's Pickering Fellowship, which allows him to pursue graduate study and a career in diplomacy.
Georgetown produces more U.S. Fulbright student awardees for 2020-2021 than any other college or university in the country for the second year in a row.
Ndeye Radia Mbengue (G’20) and Emma Dorshimer (G’20), two students in the Conflict Resolution Master of Arts Program, are the first to receive Georgetown’s new graduate certificate in Gender, Peace…
Numerous student- and university-led efforts at Georgetown are aimed at promoting the right to vote.
Marvin Wiley (G’20) hopes to one day become a Foreign Service Officer or pursue a career in sustainable development.
Journalist Iida Tikka (G'20) returns to Finland with a new area of expertise in the geopolitics of energy as she graduates with her master's degree security studies.
Professor Natsu Onoda Power leads her Performing Madness class as students adapt to virtual learning in innovative and engaging ways.
Katherine Keady (NHS’20) was a cadet in the Georgetown University Army Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) Program, and will use her nursing degree for a career with the United States…
Acknowledging the sacrifice and effort students made to overcome struggles associated with the pandemic, Georgetown conferred them with more than 6,700 degrees online May 16 and 17.
Taurjhai Purdie (C’20) develops a commitment to racial justice work through her service, advocacy and scholarship at Georgetown.