Georgetown honors its veteran and military-connected community by celebrating their stories and achievements and by focusing on the service and research related to their well-being.
As we observe the 20th anniversary, we remember all those affected by the events and reflect on the impact of the tragedy on our community, nation and world.
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.
The Craig Newmark Veterans Scholarship Fund will support scholarships, experiential learning opportunities and community programs in support of military-connected students at McCourt.
Lt. Jordan Foley (L’21) launched Chow Corp., through which fellows operate their own food truck while learning the food service business, after pitching his concept in the Georgetown Entrepreneurship Challenge.
McCourt alumnus Army Maj. Doug Meyer (G’19) manages the United States COVID-19 vaccine distribution efforts supporting the federal response and progressing pandemic recovery.
Georgetown Alumnus Nadhal Eadeh (G’18) shares how he combines decades-long experience at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and a McCourt School of Public Policy education to help improve health…
U.S. Naval Commander Hannah Starnes (NHS’05) serves as Georgetown's Veterans Day speaker and advocates that mental health care is a key component for military readiness.
Philip DeTurck (G’21), a graduate student in Georgetown’s Master of Science in Foreign Service Program, has traveled the world as a U.S. Navy and is focused on furthering his expertise…