Asma Shakeel (SFS’24), a senior who researches missionary history in South Asia, has won the 2024 Rhodes Scholarship — the oldest and most competitive international scholarship.
In November, President Joko Widodo delivered his only public address in Washington, DC, at Georgetown, beginning with his vision for Indonesia and ending with a visit to the university’s mosque.
Charlie Wang (SFS'22), a technology policy researcher and alumnus, has won the 2024 Rhodes Scholarship — the second Hoya to win the oldest, most competitive international scholarship this year.
A former U.S. ambassador and SFS professor breaks down the history of panda diplomacy - and how other animals have been used as diplomatic tools.
A new Georgetown report on women, peace and security found that one Nordic country topped the list of best countries in the world to be a woman.
In a talk titled, “From the Jamuna Chars in Bangladesh to UN-led Climate Negotiations: An author recounts her journey across the many scales of climate impacts and action”, Dr. Naveeda Khan joins…
Prime Minister Pham Minh Chính marked the 10th anniversary of a partnership between the U.S. and Vietnam and shared his vision for the country’s future during an event at Georgetown.
“Keynote Address: Good Problems to Have: An Agenda for the U.S.-Japan Alliance” A public event featuring a keynote address by and discussion with Mr. Christopher Johnstone, former NSC Director…
This year’s cohort of the Paul F. Pelosi Scholars Initiative, which readies students for careers in public service, reflect on their internships working alongside public service practitioners.
Georgetown’s pioneering program in science, technology and international affairs is helping generations of Hoyas apply their classroom learnings in real time, from the Arctic to outer space.