Events

Friday, September 21

Coffee and Conversation with Dean Norberto Grzywacz

Chat with the Dean of the Graduate School over coffee.

Amos Beimel (Ben-Gurion University)

Secret-Sharing Schemes and Conditional Disclosure of Secrets A secret-sharing scheme is an algorithm in which a dealer distributes shares to parties such...

DC Jazz, Dignity, and Human Rights

Join the Library Associates on Friday, September 21 for a special program entitled DC Jazz, Dignity and Human Rights. In partnership with the Department of...

Global Social Justice Summer Research Symposium

Attend the annual Global Social Justice Summer Research Symposium hosted by the Center for Social Justice and featuring summer social justice-based research...

Instructional Continuity Tools Webinar

Open to all Georgetown faculty and staff, these online sessions will cover how to use lecture capture, web conferencing, and other available tools for...

Friday Music Series: Pepe Gonzalez and Imani

FRIDAY MUSIC SERIES Co-presented with the GU Library Associates and the Special Collections Research Center These local jazz legends open the series, with a...

Interviewing Well

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

Experiential Education Expo hosted by Center for Social Justice

Attend the Experiential Education Expo poster session hosted by the Center for Social Justice to hear about the community and social justice based...

BIOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENT SEMINAR SERIES

Weekly Graduate Student Seminars (WIPS) and Graduate Development Workshop. Please join the Department of Biology on Friday, September 21, 2018, at 3:30 pm...

Coffee & Conversation with the Grad Dean

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

Linguistics Speaker Series: Omri Abend

UCCA: A computational approach to cross-linguistic semantic representation Analyzing large volumes of text in various languages and mapping them into a...

Physics Department Picnic

Physics majors, minors, graduate students, staff, and faculty are invited to the annual fall picnic. In case of rain, the rain the picnic will be held on...

Truth or Fiction? How to Tell the Story of Slavery in Eighteenth-Century Britain

A Presentation by Simon Newman

4pm
Svanda Theatre: "Protest" and "The Debt"

Friday, September 21 at 8 p.m. Saturday, September 22 at 4 p.m. (talkback following) Two one-act plays: Protest By Václav Havel Translated from Czech by...

DC Jazz, Dignity, and Human Rights

Join the Library Associates on Friday, September 21 for a special program entitled DC Jazz, Dignity and Human Rights. In partnership with the Department of...

Friday, September 21