Alumni Events

March 30 - April 5, 2019

Saturday, March 30

Scavenger Hunt

Join the fun with our FREE inaugural Scavenger Hunt! To play, register your team of 3-5 participants at bit.ly/YatesScavengerHunt. For questions or to...

Quake

NOMADIC THEATRE (student-produced event) Quake By Melanie Marnich Directed by Amelia Walsh (SFS ’20) Lucy is on a cross-country and cross-time mission,...

Quake

NOMADIC THEATRE (student-produced event) Quake By Melanie Marnich Directed by Amelia Walsh (SFS ’20) Lucy is on a cross-country and cross-time mission,...

Sunday, March 31

A Staged Reading: Boy

Friday, March 29 and Sunday, March 31 at 8 p.m. A Staged Reading Boy By Anna Ziegler Directed by Jenni Loo (SFS '21) Boy is about Adam, a boy raised as a...

Tuesday, April 2

Lecture with Dr. Andrea Geier, Max Kade Visiting Professor

Please join the German Department for a lecture with Dr. Andrea Geier titled "Als Geisteswissenschaftler*in auf Twitter? Über Wissenschaftskommunikation in...

Mini Medical School

Mini Medical School is an eight-week seminar during which Georgetown University Medical Center (GUMC) faculty cover various areas of biomedicine during a...

Wednesday, April 3

Cherry Blossom Spring Reading

The English Undergraduate Council invites you for a Spring reading during the Cherry Blossom Festival. Join us for conversation and community! We'll be...

DESSA Public Lecture and Book Signing

Award-winning writer and rapper Dessa will share stories from her book, My Own Devices: True Stories from the Road on Music, Science and Senseless Love....

HAPI Hour Seminar: Lucile Adams-Campbell, PhD

Dr. Adams-Campbell is the Associate Director for Minority Health and Health Disparities Research, Senior Associate Dean for Community Outreach and...

Hello Again

MASK AND BAUBLE DRAMATIC SOCIETY (student-produced event) Hello Again Music, Lyrics, and Book by Michael John LaChiusa Directed by Gabriel Berkowitz (MSB...

Quake

NOMADIC THEATRE (student-produced event) Quake By Melanie Marnich Directed by Amelia Walsh (SFS ’20) Lucy is on a cross-country and cross-time mission,...

Thursday, April 4

Lunchtime Discussion: Prof. Caleb Smith (Yale)

Prof. Caleb Smith will lead a lunchtime discussion of his work focused on his edition of the narrative of Austin Reed written in the 1850s, the earliest...

Windows into Translation Seminar Series: Understanding Others' Emotions

"Understanding others' emotions: Mechanisms and implications for social functioning" Abigail Marsh, PhD Professor, Georgetown University Department of...

Kevin Blankinship, "Memento Ma`arri: The Art of Dying in Classical Arabic Literature"

Please join the Department of Arabic and Islamic Studies for a talk by Kevin Blankinship of Brigham Young University on "Memento Ma'arri: The Art of Dying in...

Representation and Self-Representation: Courtesan Culture in MIng Dynasty China and its Artistic Production

Sponsored by the Department of History with the Department of Art and Art History and the Department of Theology and Religious Studies. During the Ming...

Representation and Self-Representation: Courtesan Culture in Ming Dynasty China (1368–1644) and its Artistic Production

During the Ming Dynasty, courtesan culture blossomed in the lower Yangzi River delta. The growth of a mercantile economy brought new prosperity to this...

 "Worldly Devotion: Histories of Distraction and the Arts of Attention"

The 2019 George P. Lacay Endowed Lecture featuring Caleb Smith. About the Lecture: “The degree of attention we pay,” one minister preached in 1850, “depends...

Hello Again

MASK AND BAUBLE DRAMATIC SOCIETY (student-produced event) Hello Again Music, Lyrics, and Book by Michael John LaChiusa Directed by Gabriel Berkowitz (MSB...

Quake

NOMADIC THEATRE (student-produced event) Quake By Melanie Marnich Directed by Amelia Walsh (SFS ’20) Lucy is on a cross-country and cross-time mission,...

Let's Glow Crazy

Join Yates Field House for the biggest GLOW event of the year! Help us close down Yates with Glow Zumba, Raffles, Glow Photos, and Fun at our best Glow event...

Friday, April 5

GHUCCTS Research Grand Rounds: "Hidradenitis Suppurativa: One Disease or Many?" by Ginette Okoye, MD

Dr. Okoye is Professor and Chair of Dermatology at Howard University. She completed her medical and clinical training at Columbia, Penn, and Yale...

Friday Music Series: Gina Biver and Fuse Ensemble

A concept-based new music/new media performing ensemble, giving voice to new music composers and creating musical happenings with visual elements of live,...

BIOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENT SEMINAR SERIES

Weekly Graduate Student Seminars (WIPS) and Graduate Development Workshop. Please join the Department of Biology on Friday, April 5, 2019, at 3:30 pm for a...

Peripheral Diplomacy: The Career of Seidash Kul’mametev

As the Russian state advanced across Siberia in the seventeenth century, it encouraged the residency and in-migration of Central Asian émigré merchants known...

Hello Again

MASK AND BAUBLE DRAMATIC SOCIETY (student-produced event) Hello Again Music, Lyrics, and Book by Michael John LaChiusa Directed by Gabriel Berkowitz (MSB...

Quake

NOMADIC THEATRE (student-produced event) Quake By Melanie Marnich Directed by Amelia Walsh (SFS ’20) Lucy is on a cross-country and cross-time mission,...

March 30 - April 5, 2019