Events

Thursday, November 16

International Education Week

From November 13th to 17th, International Education Week (IEW) is an opportunity to celebrate international education and exchange worldwide. This joint...

John Courtney Murray Today: Reflections in the Fiftieth Anniversary Year of his Death

On August 16, 1967, John Courtney Murray—Jesuit priest, theologian, and public intellectual—passed away less than a month before he would have turned 63. For...

MANAGING UP for Georgetown University Supervisors & Managers Only (Workshop and Individual Coaching Sessions)

Working well as a team involves developing outstanding people skills, diplomacy, and good communication skills. This class is designed to help you learn the...

Doctoral Project Defense: Tiffany-Mae Purdy

Candidate Name: Tiffany-Mae Purdy Major: Nursing Advisor: Jane Fall-Dickson, PhD Title: Nurse Practitioners’ Knowledge, Attitudes, and Perceptions...

Doctoral Project Defense: Danielle McCamey

Candidate Name: Danielle McCamey Major: Nursing Advisor: Carol Taylor, Ph.D. Title: Comfort and Knowledge: Nurse Driven Palliative Care Screenings on...

2017 Davis Chair Lecture: A WORLD OF EVERYONE AND NO ONE: THE RETURN OF PIRACY AND THE NEW GLOBAL DISORDER

Today’s world is full of paradoxes, many of which could be summarized by the idea that it is everyone’s world and no one’s. I propose we understand this new...

Before All Memory is Lost: Women’s Voices from the Holocaust

Myrna Goldenberg, Professor Emerita at Montgomery College, will come to discuss her book Before All Memory Is Lost, which focuses on the experiences of women...

CAM Practicum Reflections

CAM Program Alumni will be speaking about their experience.

Creative Spark Book Club: Bird by Bird

Join us for our fall book club (September 14 - December 7) as we enter Anne Lamott's classroom in Bird by Bird: Instructions on Writing and Life. Whether you...

"Fighting impunity in the land of corruption" - The experience of Guatemalan Judge and Centennial Fellow Dr. Claudia Escobar

The Center for Latin American Studies is honored to welcome SFS Centennial Fellow Dr. Claudia Escobar to give a talk on the culture of impunity in Guatemalan...

"Jerusalem without God: Portrait of a Cruel City" with Paola Caridi

How has the ongoing political conflict in Jerusalem changed the nature of the city? If a public square is the epitome par excellence of a public space, of...

Fighting impunity in the land of corruption: The experience of Guatemalan Judge Claudia Escobar

The Center for Latin American Studies is honored to welcome SFS Centennial Fellow Dr. Claudia Escobar to give a talk on the culture of impunity in Guatemalan...

Knowing your Worth: Setting the Stage to Negotiate

Don’t be caught off guard when you finally receive an offer for that internship or job you worked hard to earn. The ability to communicate your value and...

Walk with Charles

No need to change your clothes or shoes. Just show up and stroll. This walk is approximately 1 mile. Go at your pace. Just go. Every Thursday, 12:30pm, Healy...

“Jerusalem without God: Portrait of a Cruel City” with Paola Caridi

How has the ongoing political conflict in Jerusalem changed the nature of the city? If a public square is the epitome par excellence of a public space, of...

Canvas Training Webinar: Building Your Course

Georgetown faculty and staff, learn how to build your course in Canvas. The following are some of the topics that will be covered: adding files to...

Online Admissions Chat

Ask Us Remotely. Please join McCourt School staff and students in an Online Chat where you can get answers to your questions on academic affairs, admissions,...

F-1 Pre-Completion Employment Session

This event covers work authorizations for CPT, OPT, International Organizations, and On-Campus Employment. Please be punctual for this event. Participants...

gui²de Seminar Series

The gui²de Seminar Series features guest speakers presenting cutting-edge research in development economics.

EduWonks Leading Locally Event

Join EduWonks, Georgetown's only graduate student education policy interest group, to engage one-on-one with local leaders in the DC State Board of Education!

Graduate Student Alumni Panel

Join us for this international graduate alumni panel discussion and networking reception, featuring Georgetown alumni and former international students!...

Political Theory Speaker Series with Katrina Forrester (Harvard)

The Political Speaker Series is a workshop for scholars at Georgetown and beyond working on the intersections of political theory, hosted by the Department...

Saddam and al-Jahiz Learn Arabic in Basra

Saddam and al-Jahiz Learn Arabic in Basra A talk with Samuel England (University of Wisconsin-Madison) For details, visit the Department of Arabic and...

Trip to NYC

Students will travel to New York to visit Estee Lauder, Facebook, and DDB.

JOINT INFORMATION SESSION - Georgetown University LGBT Graduate School Panel

Please join Georgetown University LGBT alumni, admissions representatives, and student organizations on Thursday, November 16, 2017, to learn about graduate...

Information Session for Summer Internship Program in Saint-Omer

Come find out how you can spend the summer living and working in Saint-Omer!

John Carroll Summer Internship Program: Information Session

Would you like to live and work in historic Saint-Omer this summer? Improve your French skills while gaining valuable work experiences. Come to an...

Security and Stability in South Asia

In an era where Pakistan and India have become dominant regional and global forces, it is vital to grapple with the issue of security and stability in South...

GU Chamber Singers and GU Jazz Ensemble

Prof. Frederick Binkholder, artistic director: GU Chamber Singers Prof. Aaron Broadus, music director: GU Jazz Ensemble Jazz in the Chamber Join the...

The Donn B. Murphy One-Acts Festival

Featuring Roots By Devika Ranjan (COL ’17) including staged readings & outside performances Directed by Gabriel Berkowitz (COL ’20) Produced by Christian...

Thursday, November 16