Upcoming Alumni Events


Washington, D.C.
May 31-June 2, 2019

Georgetown Reunion Weekend 2019

Reunion Weekend 2019 provides a great opportunity to rediscover what made Georgetown “home” for you and to renew your lifelong connection to this special place. All members of the undergraduate classes of 1969, 1974, 1979, 1984, 1989, 1994, 1999, 2004, 2009 and 2014, as well as our Magis alumni (Class of 1968 and beyond) and School of Dentistry alumni are invited to come home to the Hilltop and reconnect with the spirit of Georgetown.


Boston, MA
May 2-5, 2019

John Carroll Weekend in Boston 

After 25 years, John Carroll Weekend is returning to the illustrious city of Boston for an exhilarating weekend of cultural tours, intellectual programming, and memorable social events. Join Georgetown’s diverse community of alumni, university leaders, renowned faculty, and friends of the university in New England’s most vibrant and historic city.

Arlington, VA
April 10, 2019

Five Myths of International Trade

Join the SFS and the Georgetown Club of Metropolitan Washington, DC for an evening of community and dialogue where you’ll meet with fellow Georgetown alumni, parents, and friends over select food and beverages to engage in lively discussion on common U.S. misperceptions about international trade. The event will be led by Former Under-Secretary of State for Economic Growth, Energy, and Environment, Catherine A. Novelli. Ambassador Novelli is a 2018-2019 Centennial Fellow with the Walsh School of Foreign Service.

Washington, D.C.
March 28-29, 2019

2019 Georgetown Women’s Forum

Following the incredible success of the first university-wide Women’s Forum in 2018, Georgetown University invites you to save the date for the 2019 Georgetown University Women’s Forum. March 28-29, 2019 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center. The second annual Georgetown Women’s Forum will celebrate Georgetown women from each of the nine schools and will include phenomenal keynote speakers, interactive workshops, and networking opportunities. From law to business, policy to science and government, and technology to the public sector, the Forum will feature discussions on timely and intersectional issues while uniting and strengthening the Georgetown community.

Arlington, VA
March 20, 2019

Why is India One of the Most Polluted Countries in the World?

Join the SFS and Georgetown University alumni, parents, and friends for an evening of community and dialogue. Be our guest for select food and beverage options while engaging in a lively discussion on India’s environmental governance challenges led by SFS Professor Shareen Joshi.


New York City, NY
September 28, 2018

Georgetown SFS & UNGA: Managing Migration

This is a crucial time for migration issues at the UN. The new Global Compact on Refugees and Global Compact on Migration are both up for adoption this fall. On the occasion of the 73rd Session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), SFS will explore global migration trends and impacts. Featuring Stephane Dujarric (SFS’88), Spokesman for the Secretary-General of the United Nations; Daniel Byman, Vice Dean for Undergraduate Affairs and Professor in the Security Studies Program at the School of Foreign Service; and Elizabeth Ferris, Research Professor with the Institute for the Study of International Migration at the School of Foreign Service.

Los Angeles, CA
September 20, 2018

US-China Tensions and the Future of Asia

A cooperative U.S.-China relationship is critical for global peace and stability. Yet, escalating tensions between the United States and China on issues like international trade, North Korea, and the Indo-Pacific security balance have raised important questions regarding the future of geopolitics. During the panel, experts will discuss the current state of the U.S.-China relationship and examine its far-reaching implications for Asia and the world. Moderated by Alan Gould (SFS’83), this conversation will feature Dr. Michael Green and Dr. Evan Medeiros of the Asian Studies Program in the Walsh School of Foreign Service and Ambassador Nina Hachigian, Deputy Mayor for International Affairs of Los Angeles.

Washington D.C.
June 1-3, 2018

More than 4,500 alumni, friends, and family members gather annually on campus for three days of celebration. Weekend events include class parties, campus tours, activities for Hoyas of all ages, and a variety of panels featuring some of our most prominent alumni and beloved faculty.

Seattle, WA
April 12-15, 2018

Georgetown welcomes alumni, family, and friends to John Carroll Weekend Seattle for four days of social, cultural, and intellectual programming options in the heart of the Pacific Northwest. Further information on the agenda and specific SFS-related events can be found here.

Washington, D.C.
May 6, 2018

The Georgetown University DC Alumni Club and the Walsh School of Foreign Service invite you to a hike on Section A of the Billy Goat Trail in Potomac, Maryland. SFS will provide water, granola bars, and SFS swag to those who can make it! Click here to RSVP for May 6, 2018.

Philadelphia, PA
March 27, 2018

The Georgetown Club of Philadelphia invites you to join them on the historic and iconic Boathouse Row for a special reception with and remarks by Dean Joel Hellman at the Walsh School of Foreign Service. Click here to RSVP for March 27, 2018.

Nairobi, Kenya
March 8, 2018

The Walsh School of Foreign Service is back in Nairobi for a Spring Break trip with students and is hosting another reception. We hope you can join us for an evening of reconnecting and networking. See you soon!

Johannesburg, South Africa
February 22, 2018

The Walsh School of Foreign Service invites parents, alumni and friends of Georgetown University in Johannesburg for a reception with Professor Scott Taylor, director of African Studies Program and Dean Joel Hellman at the Walsh School of Foreign Service.

Lagos, Nigeria
February 18, 2018

The Walsh School of Foreign Services invites parents, alumni and friends of Georgetown University in Lagos for a reception with Professor Scott Taylor, director of African Studies Program and  Dean Joel Hellman at the Walsh School of Foreign Service.

London, United Kingdom
February 2, 2018

We are pleased to share that Dean Joel Hellman will be in London on Friday, February 2 and that he is hosting a lunch for recent SFS alumni. As always, the Dean looks forward to connecting with you and discussing current and upcoming initiatives at SFS as the school approaches its Centennial.

Contact Eleanor Jones, Director of Alumni Engagement, if you have any questions about SFS alumni events. Additional alumni events to be announced.