Events

Thursday, November 2

Prospective Student Day

Each Fall, McCourt hosts a Prospective Student Day during which applicants have the opportunity to attend classes and sit in on panels with faculty, current...

Walking Tour: Spy Sites of Washington

As part of an IPOL Field Trip, Bob Wallace, co-author of Spy Site of Washington, will be giving a walking tour on Thursday, November 2 from 9:30-12pm that...

VET Ally Program for Faculty: How to Support Your Military-Connected Students

Spanning all schools and demographic groups and numbering close to 1,100 at Georgetown University, our military-connected students (active duty, veterans,...

Blackboard Training Webinar: Building Your Course

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

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...

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...

Georgetown U.S.-China Research Dialogue on Climate Change

CLIMATE TECHNOLOGY COOPERATION, MARKET DESIGN, AND FINANCING AFTER PARIS: THE EVOLVING ROLE OF CHINA AND THE UNITED STATES IN THE GLOBAL ARENA Join the...

gui²de Seminar Series

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

"Fake News and the Politics of Truth” with Michael Lynch

Join us for a candid conversation with Michael Patrick Lynch, author of The Internet of Us: Knowing More and Understanding Less in the Age of Big Data and In...

Empowering Women at the Local, National and International Level: A Conversation with Irish Senator Alice-Mary Higgins

Join the Georgetown Women’s Alliance on November 2, 2017 from 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM for a conversation with Irish Senator Alice-Mary Higgins. In a conversation...

From Chanakya to Modi: Evolution of India’s Foreign Policy

Foreign policy does not exist in a cultural vacuum. It is shaped by each country’s experience and self-perception. India’s foreign policy is as deeply...

Hegemon Simulation

Please purchase the $5 ticket in order to participate in this semester's Hegemon Simulation, hosted by the Georgetown International Relations Club.

Political Theory Speaker Series with Guest Speaker Nina Hagel (Bates)

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

Values and Interests: The US, Israel, and the Arab World

Please join the CJC as we welcome Tamara Cofman Wittes, senior fellow in the Center for the Middle East Policy at Brookings to speak about the benefits and...

CONVERSATIONS WITH RETURNED PEACE CORPS VOLUNTEERS

Opportunity to talk with Hoyas who have recently returned from the Peace Corps service as volunteers, and learn more about Peace Coprs - one of the most...

Political Pageturners with former Congressman Jason Altmire

Political Pageturners: Author Discussion with former Congressman Jason Altmire Join GU Politics for a discussion with former Congressman Jason Altmire on...

Caesar

By William Shakespeare Adapted and Directed by Anita Maynard-Losh GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY THEATER & PERFORMANCE STUDIES PROGRAM Republic or Empire? What...

The Hand That Feeds You

Written and Directed by Mackenzie Foy (COL ‘19) and Kendell Long (COL ‘19) Produced by Abi Vega (COL ’18) Set at Daniels University, a school that seems to...

Thursday, November 2