Captain Matthew Manning (G’24), a U.S. Army aviator and DC native, combines his military experience and passion for policymaking to help mentor young cadets and increase representation in army aviation.
As we observe the anniversary of 9/11, we remember all those affected by the events and reflect on the impact of the tragedy on our community, nation and world.
The Graduate School of Arts & Science's increased funding will cover the annual cost of full-time tuition for most graduate programs for veterans and military-connected students.
Georgetown has more than doubled its tuition benefits for military-connected students, an expansion that will cover the annual cost of full-time undergraduate tuition for eligible students.
Arthur Milhomens (B’24) is applying the “professionalism, resilience and confidence” he learned in the military to his studies at the McDonough School of Business.
In this Q&A, Ron Ruffin (EMBA’24) shares how he leveraged Georgetown’s network to reach his goals and how his military career shapes him in and out of the classroom.
After leaving the Marine Corps, Thomas Schueman pursued a master’s in English — a degree that prepared him to write a memoir with his Afghan interpreter about their wartime experiences.
Georgetown honors its veteran and military-connected community by celebrating their stories and achievements and focusing on service and research related to their well-being.
NDPI EVENT DETAILS: GEN(R) Allen, the President of the Brookings Institute, will speak about his service as President Obama’s special counsel for the War against ISIS in Iraq and Syria.
National Defense Policy Initiative (NDPI) Women are half of the global population, and their perspective is integral as well as necessary to all international peace and security operations. How…