SFS Students Adithi Sanjay and Meghan Mandi Travel to Panama with Georgetown Global Consulting Fellowship

Exploring Casco Viejo and negotiating prices of art in Spanish over 2,000 miles away from home offered an appeal far greater than the typical summer internship for SFS sophomores Adithi Sanjay and Meghan Mandi. Through their membership in the Georgetown Global Consulting (GGC), Sanjay and Mandi were trained and deployed to a client site abroad to work with the nonprofit organization Enseña por Panamá (Teaching for Panama) through GGC’s new fellowship.

SFS Senior Matt Beshke Embraces Learning, Friendships at Georgetown

After graduating, SFS senior Matt Beshke will join UBS as an Advisory Sales Analyst covering Asian Equities. As a Global Business major with an Asian Studies Certificate and a Chinese minor, Beshke’s studies have rendered him more than ready for his future. He says that the combination of international relations classes and major-related business courses “helped make me a smarter businessman, and will definitely benefit me down the road.”

Aislinn McNiece (SFS’18) Appreciates Diversity of Experience and Intellectual Community at Georgetown

A peak Georgetown moment for International Political Economy major Aislinn McNiece (SFS’18) came in her junior year when she conducted an interview with Canadian Minister of Finance Bill Morneau during his visit to SFS. “The interview happened right after the inauguration of President Trump, who had campaigned against international trade and the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) in particular,” McNiece explains.

Garrett Hinck (SFS’18) Explores Intersection of Science and Public Policy

Garrett Hinck SFS, Class of 2018, Science, Technology, and International Affairs San Antonio, Texas; later Pittsburgh, PA Language: French Minor: French Proseminar: 1968: Protests and Rebellion in Europe Study Abroad: St. Omer, France with GU French Department in summer 2016 On-Campus Activities: Philodemic Society;…

Emily Belson (SFS’18) Pursues Passion for Middle Eastern Affairs

Emily Belson (SFS’18) came to Georgetown with little knowledge of the Middle East or international affairs but a determination to learn all she could about the world. Her freshman year proseminar, Islam & the West with Professor John Esposito, introduced her to the region that would define her studies while at Georgetown. That class inspired Belson to major in Regional and Comparative Studies (RCST) with a focus on the Middle East.