Alumna Vera A. Rechsteiner Recognized by Latinvex

Vera A. Rechsteiner (SFS’79) was recognized by Latinvex as both a “Top 100 Female Lawyer in Latin America in Energy and Infrastructure” and “Top 100 Lawyer in Latin America in Banking & Finance and Project Finance.”

Anthony Clark Arend (SFS’80) Receives John Carroll Award

The John Carroll award is conferred upon Georgetown alumni whose achievements and record of service exemplify the ideals and traditions of Georgetown and its founder. This year, esteemed SFS professor and alumnus Anthony Clark Arend (SFS’80), was one of the recipients of the John Carroll award, given out at John Carroll Weekend in Austin, Texas.

Harry Sandager (SFS’21) Leads Life of Sport, Cars, and Politics

Harry Sandager (SFS’21) graduated in the inaugural class of the School of Foreign Service while working in Washington, D.C., as secretary to Rhode Island Congressman Walter Stiness. In addition to a career in soccer and cars, Sandager served as the Rhode Island Representative in Congress.

Group Performance

Celebrating the Cultures of the Excluded

On the evening of Wednesday, March 22, CCAS and the Fund for the Future of Our Children co-hosted a concert to celebrate the hopes, dreams, and promises of refugees and immigrants from the seven Muslim countries affected by the Trump administration’s Immigration Executive Order, commonly known as the “travel ban.”

The Resurgence of Siege Warfare

MAAS Alum Will Todman explains how the Assad Regime has benefited from bringing back siege warfare. This article was originally published in the Center for Contemporary Arab Studies’ Newsmagazine, Fall/Winter 2017.

Alum Explains Decision to Leave CIA

Ned Price (SFS’05) explained his decision to leave the CIA after 10 years as a reaction against the Trump administration’s treatment of the intelligence community in an op-ed for the Washington Post.

Ambassador Michael Hammer (SFS’85) Hosted By CLAS

Ambassador Michael Hammer, a 1985 graduate of the School of Foreign Service, returned to campus on Thursday, January 26 to reflect on the U.S. foreign policy interests and issues in the Western Hemisphere and his personal experiences as a career foreign service officer.