Georgetown University mourns the passing of The Honorable Andrew Steigman, who was a professor and associate dean in the Walsh School of Foreign Service for more than two decades.
This fall, the Walsh School of Foreign Service welcomes new members to our community: Professors Benjamin Buchanan, Clare Fieseler, Sharat Ganapati, Kevin Martin, Evan Medeiros, Paul Miller, Rebecca Patterson, Philipp Renczes, S.J., Jessica Roda, Elizabeth Saunders, Caitlin Talmadge, Christian Wagner, S.J., and Cynthia Wei.
Philip Verveer (SFS ’66) has made a name for himself in the world of international communications law and policy. The former Obama administration official has worked at all levels of government, but he got his start on the Hilltop.
SFS welcomes the 2018-2019 Centennial Fellows: General Wesley K. Clark (ret.), Ambassador Jeffrey DeLaurentis (SFS’76) (ret.), Dr. Scott Guggenheim, Dr. Azar Nafisi, and Catherine Novelli to Georgetown.
Professor Katrin Sieg, director of the BMW Center for German and European Studies, discusses her goals and vision for the Center after taking over as director.
Professor Paul Miller, recently appointed Co-Chair of Global Politics and Security, talks about his vision for the program at Georgetown. He earned a Ph.D. in International Relations and a B.A. in Government from Georgetown University.
SFS Dean Joel Hellman welcomed home to Georgetown many Walsh School of Foreign Service graduates during the 2018 Reunion Weekend. SFS hosted a reception and alumni gathered from as far away as Armenia, China, and Zimbabwe.
The Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Evan S. Medeiros, former Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Asian Affairs at the White House’s National Security Council (NSC), as the inaugural Penner Family Chair in Asian Studies.
The Fund for the Future of our Children and Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service, with SFS’s Laboratory for Global Performance and Politics (The Lab), presented “Children’s Voices for the Children of Yemen: A Concert for Awareness and Hope” at the Davis Performing Arts Center’s Gonda Theater.