Edward B. Bunn, S.J. Intercultural Center

37th and O St., N.W., Washington

The Edward B. Bunn, S.J. Intercultural Center (ICC) is home to the School of Foreign Service dean's office and many professors' offices. The Intercultural Center consists of classrooms, offices, a language learning center, a computer lab and an auditorium.

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Networking & Professional Branding for International Students

Networking & Professional Branding for... 9/28 12:30pm

Developing a professional network can be an overwhelming, especially as an International Student starting from scratch. Networking is one of the most...

Political Theory Speaker Series: Kevin Duong (Bard)

Political Theory Speaker Series: Kevin Duong... 9/29 12am

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

Alfa Fellowship Information Session

Alfa Fellowship Information Session 9/29 4pm

Despite historic changes that have taken place in Russia over the past two decades and its subsequent emergence into the global community, there are still...

Unraveling the Deep and Dark Web: How Flashpoint Investigates International Criminal

Unraveling the Deep and Dark Web: How... 9/29 5pm

Please join us on Wednesday, September 28th to hear from the Flashpoint Analyst team on how they leverage the Deep and Dark Web as an intelligence resource...

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