Timothy Torres (G’21), an active-duty U.S. Army officer, will use economic, diplomatic, policy and storytelling tools to help the next generation avoid the kinds of wars he fought in.
Sen. Jon Ossoff (SFS’09), D-Georgia, discussed how his Georgetown experience informs his career in public service at the School of Foreign Service’s first in-person event since the pandemic began.
Joel Caston, a longtime mentor, instructor and leader at the DC Jail, will represent the jail’s residents and neighbors on a Ward 7 Advisory Neighborhood Commission.
GU Politics hosted some of Washington’s heavy hitters in journalism and politics to close out its fifth year of connecting Georgetown students with leaders in public service.
The commitment from alumnus and entrepreneur Frank H. McCourt Jr., advances the school’s efforts to build a diverse pipeline of leaders poised to strengthen our civic architecture.
Second Gentleman Douglas Emhoff appears on a Georgetown Women's Forum panel discussing the state of women in the United States.
Eight students and two alumni from the McCourt School of Public Policy receive highly competitive Presidential Management Fellowships to work in public service at the federal level for the next…
The Biden-Harris Administration taps a number of university faculty and alumni from Georgetown Law.
Rev. Leo J. O’Donovan, S.J. (C'56), who was president of Georgetown between 1989 and 2001, will offer the invocation at the Biden-Harris inauguration ceremony.
Nicolo Orozco (C’19) and Luisa Santos (C’14) work to help their communities after recent elections to local school boards.