Articles tagged: SFS
Faculty concerns have delayed Georgetown SFS and University Leadership’s plans to rename the SFS in honor of the late Former Secretary of State and Georgetown Professor Madeleine Albright, which were... Read more
On Feb. 10, Iranian activists, journalists, and politicians gathered in Riggs Library to discuss the future of Iranian democracy.
Despite spending hours learning vocabulary and practicing pronunciation, we remain estranged to the cultures of the languages we study.
Let Georgetown’s ongoing response to Ukraine guide its future engagement with world affairs, no matter the region or race of the affected.
Student efforts around academics have shifted to establishing more diverse curricula, deepening regional studies, rethinking diversity requirements, and hiring faculty of color.
The SFS is failing its undergraduate students. Here's 10 demands SFS students should make.
The SFSAC released a petition to eliminate standardized testing scores and legacy status in Georgetown’s admissions process.
After spending the summer releasing statements about its dedication to principles of anti-racism and inclusion, Georgetown’s School of Foreign Service (SFS) is beginning to take steps towards concrete change. Professor... Read more
Content warning: This article discusses instances of oppression of Black individuals. Georgetown’s School of Foreign Service is committed to the inclusion of global anti-racism as a core principle, according to... Read more
Red Carpet. The SFS Centennial Gala. Members of the crowd are milling about, making connections, taking pictures. Then, he walks in. Bill Clinton does a double-take. Yo-Yo Ma looks out... Read more
When Barbara Berky Evans (SFS ‘58) arrived on campus in the fall of 1954, she had no idea she was going to make Georgetown history. Her focus was on getting... Read more
SFS Dean Joel Hellman and Debra Tice, mother of journalist Austin Tice (SFS ’02), spoke at the opening of a week-long exhibition of the journalist’s photographs in the ICC Galleria... Read more