Sultan Mahmoud Amerie, of modern-day Iran, was the first international student to receive a scholarship from the School of Foreign Service.
The Georgetown University Lecture Fund welcomed alumnus Alexander Marquardt (SFS’04) back to campus on February 13 to speak about the evolving world of journalism and his personal experience in Syria as a foreign correspondent for ABC News.
The film, which tells the story of the first conscientious objector to earn the Medal of Honor, is nominated for six Academy Awards including Best Picture, Best Actor (Andrew Garfield), and Best Director (Mel Gibson).
Georgetown University’s Walsh School of Foreign Service hosted a screening of “Thank You For Your Service,” a documentary produced by Ilan Arboleda (SFS’97) and directed by Tom Donahue, that calls attention to the failed mental health policies in the U.S. military and the consequences of those failures.
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.
SFS Board of Visitors member Philip Bilden (SFS’86) has been nominated to the Secretary of Navy position in the Trump administration.