Events

January 18 - 24, 2020

Saturday, January 18

Sunday, January 19

GUerrilla Improv Open Practice

Come join GUerrilla Improv at our open practice! No experience is required, come to laugh, learn about improv and make new friends!

Monday, January 20

Study Abroad Journalism Opportunity

International Journalism- Reporting from Florence (JOUR-355) invites students to take on the role of a reporter gathering multi-platform information to...

Urban Challenges in Globalizing Times: Making Cities and Urban Lives across the Americas

The late twentieth century brought a global population explosion and accelerating urban expansions, together setting foundations for globalization. New World...

5pm

Tuesday, January 21

Find It @ DML!

Have you ever read the perfect abstract of a journal article and wondered how to find the full text? Have you been asked to make Document Delivery...

Russian Conversation Hour

Russian conversation hour for those learning the language

Chaplains' Tea with the Martin Luther King, Jr. Initiative

Join Campus Ministry's chaplains and staff as we welcome the MLK Initiative for tea, snacks, and conversation.

Prayer for Peace and Justice

Join Campus Ministry's chaplains and staff for an interfaith prayer for Peace and Justice. Immediately following Chaplains' Tea.

MS Aging & Health Webinar Information Session

Registration link here and zoom meeting link is here The M.S. Aging & Health Program Director, Dr. Saunders, will give an overview of the graduate program....

Study Abroad 101

Come learn about study abroad at Georgetown! Led by an OGE Peer Advisor, Study Abroad 101 discusses an overview of programs as well as the application process.

Terrance Hayes Reading

Please join us for a reading and talk featuring Terrance Hayes. Terrance Hayes is the author of American Sonnets for My Past and Future Assassins (Penguin,...

Wednesday, January 22

canvas

Do you need help with Canvas? Open to all Georgetown University faculty and staff, these online office hours are designed to answer your Canvas questions...

PubMed Basics @ DML

New PubMed is here! Come to the PubMed Basics workshop at Dahlgren Memorial Library and we'll help you get comfortable with the new PubMed interface design...

Sophomores: Career Exploration Seminar

Start your career planning in community with other sophomores. You’ll walk away with a better sense of the importance of story, skills and strategy in your...

Pizza & Beer with the Graduate Deans

Get to know your Deans at the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences while relaxing with delicious pizza and beer and other non-alcoholic beverages. Do you...

Study Abroad 101

Come learn about study abroad at Georgetown! Led by an OGE Peer Advisor, Study Abroad 101 discusses an overview of programs as well as the application process.

The Wolves

Nomadic Theatre & Black Theatre Ensemble By Sarah DeLappe Directed by Jenni Loo (SFS ’21) Left quad. Right quad. Lunge. A girls indoor soccer team warms...

Thursday, January 23

Lecture Capture with Panopto (for GUMC)

Increase student engagement by using Panopto, the lecture capture software that allows you to record, post, and reuse your class lectures, and allows...

BIOLOGY DEPARTMENTAL SEMINAR SERIES:

Weekly Departmental Seminar Series. Please join the Department of Biology on Thursday, 1/23/2020 at 12:30 pm for a talk by Dr. Julie Wolf, Julie Wolf,...

 HORA DEL CAFÉ: SPANISH COFFEE HOUR

Looking for an informal way to practice your Spanish? Attend a coffee hour hosted by the Spanish and Portuguese Department in ICC 400! Coffee, tea, and...

Donuts with the Deans

Dear Georgetown College Students, It's time for this semester's Donuts with the Deans! Chat with your dean over free Dunkin' Donuts, coffee, and hot...

BERENAR CATALÁ: CATALAN COFFEE HOUR

Looking for an informal way to practice your Catalan? Attend a coffee hour hosted by the Spanish and Portuguese Department in ICC 400! Coffee, tea, and...

Doomsday Clock graphic from The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists

Georgetown University's Conflict Resolution Program is proud to host The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists and The Elders for a discussion of the 2020 Doomsday...

Shaping of the Legend of Mulan: from the “Ballad of Mulan” to Mulan: Rise of a Warrior (2009)

While many children in the U.S. are first introduced to an exotic ancient China via the Disney animated musical feature Mulan (1998), the changing narrative...

TBS Workshop @ Howard University

Grant Writing Workshop (GWW) Series: Peer Review Discussion on Research Strategies

The Wolves

Nomadic Theatre & Black Theatre Ensemble By Sarah DeLappe Directed by Jenni Loo (SFS ’21) Left quad. Right quad. Lunge. A girls indoor soccer team warms...

Friday, January 24

BIOSTATISTICS SEMINAR SERIES

Speaker: TBA Bio3 Seminar Series sponsored by Department of Biostatistics, Bioinformatics & Biomathematics (DBBB)

Red Cross Adult First Aid/CPR/AED Certification

Gain the skills and confidence necessary to perform life-saving procedures when they're needed most! Participants who successfully complete this course will...

Interviewing Well

This workshop will cover the basics of interview preparation, including sample questions and strategies for polishing your responses. A must for any...

Study Abroad 101

Come learn about study abroad at Georgetown! Led by an OGE Peer Advisor, Study Abroad 101 discusses an overview of programs as well as the application process.

Instructional Continuity Tools Webinar

Do you want to learn how to use online Instructional Continuity tools? Open to all Georgetown University faculty and staff, these online workshops will...

CS Colloquium: Aylin Caliskan (GWU)

Algorithmic measures of language mirror human biases Following progress in computing and machine learning and the emergence of big data, artificial...

Advanced Studies in England - Information Session

Interested in studying in Bath, England for the fall or Spring? Join OGE and Karyn Jones from Advanced Studies in England to learn more about the program,...

BIOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENT SEMINAR SERIES

Weekly Graduate Student Seminars (WIPS) and Graduate Development Workshop. Please join the Department of Biology on Friday, Jan. 10, 2019, at 3:30 pm for a...

“From Madeira to Terra Nova: The Mental Geography of Islands in the Sixteenth-Century Northwest Atlantic

A GIGH Early Modern History Seminar with Jack B. Bouchard (Folger Shakespeare Library)

The Wolves

Nomadic Theatre & Black Theatre Ensemble By Sarah DeLappe Directed by Jenni Loo (SFS ’21) Left quad. Right quad. Lunge. A girls indoor soccer team warms...

January 18 - 24, 2020