Events

February 19 - 25, 2019

Tuesday, February 19

Dissertation Defense: Peter Herman

Candidate Name: Peter Herman Major: Theological and Religious Studies Advisor: Peter Phan, Ph.D. Title: Overcoming Whiteness: A Critical Comparison of...

F-1 Off-Campus Authorization Workshop: OPT Concepts

This conversation with an IS Advisor and your fellow F-1 Students will deepen your understanding of the off-campus authorization available to you after your...

Hora Del Café: Spanish Coffee Hour

Looking for an informal environment to practice your Spanish? Attend a Coffee Hour hosted by the Department of Spanish and Portuguese in ICC 4th floor!

Canvas Migration Support Office Hours

Do you need help moving from Blackboard to Canvas? Open to all Georgetown University faculty and staff, these online office hours provide assistance with...

Dissertation Defense: Andrew Hankins

Candidate Name: Andrew Hankins Major: Physics Thesis Advisor: Makarand Paranjape, Ph.D. Title: Investigating Defects in the Sensing Mechanism of Carbon...

Russian Conversation Hour

Russian conversation hour for those learning the language. Refreshments are provided.

The Forgotten History of the Car Barn

The forgotten history of the car barn Police Repression and Resistance in the Cold War From late 1963 through 1975, the Car Barn was home to the...

Berener Catalá: Catalan Coffee Hour

Looking for an informal environment to practice your Catalan? Attend a Coffee Hour hosted by the Department of Spanish and Portuguese in ICC 4th floor!

Chaplains' Tea: Kalmanovitz Initiative for Labor & the Working Poor

Join Campus Ministry's chaplains and staff and our guest, the Kalmanovitz Initiative for Labor & the Working Poor. We'll bring the tea and snacks, you bring...

Coffee, Cookies, and Conversation with the Grad Dean

Graduate students are invited to drop by for an open hour of cookies, coffee (and tea), and friendly chat with the Dean of the Graduate School. Join us...

Physics Colloquium: PRL at 60: Your have your physics results, now what?

Dr. Sami Mitra, American Physics Society (APS) In a talk that I am hoping will morph into a free-flowing Q and A session, I will discuss PRL's role in...

Prayer for Peace & Justice

Following Chaplains' Tea, join us for an interfaith prayer for Peace and Justice. Prayer is led by a different member of our staff each week.

German Department Kaffeestunde

Please join German exchange student Viktoria for a weekly Kaffeestunde! All levels are encouraged to come practice their German with a native speaker. Snacks...

Social Justice Week Kick-off: Getting Involved in Social Justice

Come hear from student leaders of CSJ programs about how their experiences have impacted their experiences as a student at Georgetown and their understanding...

Public Dialogue with Artist Adrienne Gaither & Ambassador Bonnie Jenkins

“ON DIGNITY: Policy & Art” Join us for the DC Inaugural event of the The Women of Color Advancing Peace, Security and Conflict Transformation (WCAPS) Art...

Wednesday, February 20

Celebrate EveryBODY

Join CAPS, Yates Field House, Health Education Services, Hoya Hospitality, Lauinger Library, Active Minds, and the Office of Residential Living from February...

Changing Saudi Arabia

"In both their art and in social media, Saudi artists, have created a vision that contains political elements but can nevertheless be presented as...

Intro to Research Data Management @ DML

This workshop is only available to members of Georgetown University and its affiliates with a georgetown.edu, gunet.georgetown.edu, or medstar.net email...

Migrate to Panopto from Echo360

Do you need to move lecture capture recordings from Echo360 to Panopto? Open to all Georgetown University Faculty and staff, these online workshops will...

EPS: Quantities with Prices: Evaluating a New Proposal to Make the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative More Robust

Please join Dallas Burtraw for a discussion of the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, presented by the Energy and Climate Policy Seminar. Burtraw is a...

Aging & Health Seminar Series: Charles Sabatino

Join us for the first in the Aging & Health Seminar Series featuring Charles Sabatino, Adjunct Law Professor at GU Law & Director; ABA Commission on Law and...

Arabic Conversation Hour

Come by to grab a cup of coffee or tea, meet some new friends, and practice your Arabic!

Russian Conversation Hour

Russian conversation hour for those learning the language. Refreshments are provided.

 HAPI HOUR SEMINAR: Adverse Childhood Experiences and Toxic Stress - A Developmental Approach to Understanding the Social Determinants of Health

The Health and the Public Interest (HAPI) Graduate Program would like to invite the GU Community and the public to the next installment of the HAPI Hour...

Study Abroad 101

Study Abroad 101 will provide you with information about the Office of Global Education and study abroad at Georgetown! This session provides an overview of...

DC youth panel hosted by the After School Kids (ASK) Program

Come join us in listening to ASK youth participants discuss their experiences as young people in DC, with the DC criminal justice system, and their...

Stephen Sheehi, Refusing the 1948 Partition Plan of the Sensible: Decolonizing Palestinian Photography

Refusing the 1948 Partition Plan of the Sensible: Decolonizing Palestinian Photography, Talk by Stephen Sheehi, College of William and Mary

Ralph Savarese: From the Mast-head of Autism: Reading Moby-Dick with Tito Mukhopadhyay

Join us in the Leavey Program Room for this special reading of Moby-Dick.

Thursday, February 21

Celebrate EveryBODY

Join CAPS, Yates Field House, Health Education Services, Hoya Hospitality, Lauinger Library, Active Minds, and the Office of Residential Living from February...

Political Economy Major Information Session

Are you a student in Georgetown College and considering a major in Political Economy? Join Professor Nita Rudra and Dr. Roger Lagunoff to learn more about...

Are You Ready - Speaker Lunch: Faculty & Staff ONLY

Are You Ready is a dynamic student and community program that addresses interpersonal violence through a social justice lens. During this lunch, artist ROZEN...

BIOLOGY DEPARTMENTAL SEMINAR SERIES

Weekly Departmental Seminar Series. Please join the Department of Biology on Thursday, February 21, 2019, at 12:30 pm for a talk on A “Hearing” on Auditory...

Horacio Larreguy Arbesú, Harvard University -- gui²de Seminar Series

The gui²de Seminar Series is a weekly seminar featuring guest speakers presenting cutting edge research in development economics.

Physics Colloquium: Synthesis Physics Problem Solving

Bashirah Ibrahim, Department of Teaching and Learning, The Ohio State University Problem solving plays a central role in any science discipline. A...

Bate-Papo: Portuguese Coffee Hour

Looking for an informal environment to practice your Portuguese? Attend a Coffee Hour hosted by the Department of Spanish and Portuguese in ICC 4th floor!

Press Pause with Imam Yahya Hendi

Press Pause offers space to engage contemplative practices deriving from diverse faiths, traditions, and cultures. These weekly sessions aim to provide an...

Complexifying the Immigration “Debate”: A Discussion between Central American United Students’ Association (CAUSA) and Hoyas for Immigrant Rights

Join CAUSA and Hoyas for Immigrant Rights for a conversation about the perception of immigrants of who they are, where they come from. We’ll also talk about...

Translational Biomedical Science (TBS) Workshop: Responsible Conduct of Research Series

Responsible Conduct of Research Series: Research Misconduct The Staggering Cost of Research Misconduct Guest Speaker: Robert Speth, PhD Professor in...

Global Citizenship in Higher Education

Today’s graduates are critically dependent on their education to meet the challenges of an interconnected world. And it’s our responsibility as higher...

Are You Ready ROZEN Performance

Are You Ready is a dynamic student and community program that addresses interpersonal violence through a social justice lens. This year, Are You Ready will...

Fattitude Movie Screening and Q&A: Every BODY Deserves Respect

Join us for a screening of Fattitude, a film that examines how popular culture perpetuates the fat hatred and fat-shaming that results in a cultural bias and...

Are You Ready Relaxation Event

Are You Ready is a dynamic student and community program that addresses interpersonal violence through a social justice lens. Join us for an hour long...

Friday, February 22

Celebrate EveryBODY

Join CAPS, Yates Field House, Health Education Services, Hoya Hospitality, Lauinger Library, Active Minds, and the Office of Residential Living from February...

GRAPHSY: Graduate Portuguese and Spanish Symposium

Graduate Portuguese and Hispanic Symposium (GRAPHSY) Reimagined Communities: Continuities and Dislocations Breakfast and Lunch Included Literature Keynote...

The 2019 GRADNASFLA Symposium: Systemic Functional Linguistics Across Contexts

Georgetown University's German Department is pleased to invite you to the 2019 GRADNASFLA Symposium: Systemic Functional Linguistics Across Contexts. This...

BIOSTATISTICS SEMINAR SERIES

Steven G. Heeringa, Ph.D. Senior Research Scientist and Associate Director, Survey Research Center, Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan,...

CSJ Tutor/Mentor Appreciation

The Center for Social Justice will be celebrating all of our tutors, mentors, and volunteers! Come join us for an afternoon of snacks, crafting, and...

F-1 Off-Campus Authorization Workshop: OPT Application Mechanics

This conversation with an IS Advisor and your fellow F-1 Students will explore important considerations for issues you will encounter during the OPT...

Reflections from Senior Leaders on their Magis Kino immersion to the US/Mexico border

Vice-President Rosemary Kilkenny hosts our campus senior leaders who recently returned from an immersion trip to the US-Mexico border with the Kino Border...

Religion, Politics and Culture Workshop

This bimonthly interdisciplinary workshop brings together faculty, graduate students, and postdoctoral and affiliate fellows to present and discuss...

Study Abroad 101

Study Abroad 101 will provide you with information about the Office of Global Education and study abroad at Georgetown! This session provides an overview of...

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...

Friday Music Series: Be Steadwell

Blending soul, a cappella and folk, this DC singer-songwriter composes what she identifies as QUEER POP. In her live performances, she utilizes looping,...

Analytics Career Fair

The Analytics program is excited to announce our second annual Spring Career Fair for graduate students in Analytics, Computer Science,...

Hebrew Conversation Hour

Come to the ICC Mug on Fridays between 3 and 4 to get a free drink and conversation in Hebrew

BIOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENT SEMINAR SERIES

Weekly Graduate Student Seminars (WIPS) and Graduate Development Workshop. Please join the Department of Biology on Friday, February 22, 2019, at 3:30 pm...

POSTPONED TO 2/22 | AB/MA English & Honors Program Info Session

***POSTPONED DUE TO WEATHER TO FRIDAY, 2/22 AT 3:30PM*** Welcome to the combined info session about our Undergraduate Honors Program and accelerated AB/MA...

Youssef A. Haddad: "Syntax and Pragmatics, their interplay and respective independence, evidence from Arabic attitude datives"

Friday Speaker Series, co-sponsored by Department of Arabic and Islamic Studies, Department of Linguistics, and Faculty of Languages and Linguistics.

Student Reception: Personal Pathways in an Urbanizing World

Please join us for this student networking reception which explores new and emerging pathways of professional development in a rapidly urbanizing world. This...

Faces of Resistance: A People’s Response to U.S. Imperialism

Kareen Coyoca from DC International Womxn’s Alliance (DIWA) will moderate this panel that will speak to the global harm and repercussions of U.S. imperialism...

Saturday, February 23

Global Cities Student Research Retreat

This Saturday-morning retreat is designed to bring undergraduate and graduate students together into an interactive dialogue which celebrates student...

The 2019 GRADNASFLA Symposium: Systemic Functional Linguistics Across Contexts

Georgetown University's German Department is pleased to invite you to the 2019 GRADNASFLA Symposium: Systemic Functional Linguistics Across Contexts. This...

MLK Evening of Hope and Resistance

This year, the Let Freedom Ring Initiative honors Dr. King's legacy of captivating hearts and ears through an evening of spoken word, poetry and music. We...

Sunday, February 24

The 2019 GRADNASFLA Symposium: Systemic Functional Linguistics Across Contexts

Georgetown University's German Department is pleased to invite you to the 2019 GRADNASFLA Symposium: Systemic Functional Linguistics Across Contexts. This...

Monday, February 25

Career Exploration Seminar for Sophomores

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...

Euskeraren Ordua: Basque Coffee Hour

Looking for an informal environment to practice your Basque? Attend a Coffee Hour hosted by the Department of Spanish and Portuguese in ICC 4th floor!

GUITARS

Come enjoy a seminar led by Ian Hurd (Northwestern).

KL2 Symposium: The Effect of Abnormal Sleep - Addressing Sleep in Diabetes Management

The Georgetown-Howard Universities Center for Clinical and Translational Science (GHUCCTS) KL2 Program and KL2 Scholar Dr. Evgenia Gourgari present: The...

FREE BIOSTATISTICS AND BIOINFORMATICS CONSULTATION SERVICES

Complimentary (FREE) Statistical, Biostatistics and Bioinformatics Consultation Services offered by the Department of Biostatistics, Bioinformatics, and...

 Language & Education: Linguistic landscapes

Join the Department of Spanish and Portuguese for a talk on language and education by Dr. Jasone Cenoz and Dr. Durk Gorter! Durk Gorter is professor of...

Press Pause with Rev. Brandon Harris

Press Pause offers space to engage contemplative practices deriving from diverse faiths, traditions, and cultures. These weekly sessions aim to provide an...

City of a Million Dreams: A History of New Orleans at Year 300 - featuring Jason Berry (C'71)

Sponsored by Georgetown History Department and the Georgetown University Alumni Association. Reception and Book Signing to Follow.

February 19 - 25, 2019