Nursultan Eldosov (SFS’14) began his pathway to becoming a U.S. Foreign Service Officer with his own personal experience in international relations. “I am a direct beneficiary of diplomacy,” Eldosov says. “My family and I immigrated to the United States from Uzbekistan to seek a better life.”
SFS alumnus Stanley Weiss (SFS’51) was interviewed by the Smithsonian magazine about his unlikely friendship with Guy Burgess, the infamous British double-agent.
A total of 28 Georgetown graduates will be sworn in as part of the 115th U.S. Congress on Jan. 3, continuing the university’s long history of alumni serving the country.
Stephen Carpenter (MSFS’01), Senior Principal, Global Practice Leader at Development Alternatives, Inc. (DAI) spoke to MSFS on the relevance of his time at Georgetown to his career in international development.
Benan Grams, originally from Damascus, graduated from the MAAS program in 2014 and is a now a PhD candidate in Georgetown’s Department of History. She reflected on “the new normal” in Damascus, after five years of conflict.
Chanan Weissman (MSFS’11) laid out the career path that lead him to his White House associate director of public engagement and liaison to the American Jewish community position in a Hillel International feature.