On September 11, 2018, three of the five 2018-2019 SFS Centennial Fellows made their Georgetown community debut with a discussion on foreign policy challenges and opportunities.
SFS welcomed back several of its distinguished graduates, alumae who were among the first women on the Hilltop. They shared their experiences as students at SFS, the obstacles they faced, and what they went on to do in their careers.
On February 8, 2018, the SFS hosted the inaugural Lloyd George lecture with the generous support of the Lloyd George family. “The Meaning of 1919 As We Approach 2019” is the first in a series of lectures in honor of the SFS Centennial to address international affairs in the context of the SFS and its founding.
On November 1, the Mortara Center for International Studies and the McCourt School of Public Policy hosted Dr. Tobias Schmidt, Assistant Professor of Energy Politics at ETH Zurich, in Switzerland.
Georgetown’s School of Foreign Service and the Georgetown Environment Initiative hosted Brazilian artist and sculptor Denise Milan on campus to showcase her art, and discuss the fusion of art and science. The Mist of the Earth exhibit opened on October 19.
Georgetown’s School of Foreign Service, together with the U.S. Department of State and the Sustainable Oceans Alliance, hosted “Our Ocean, One Future: Leadership Summit” at Georgetown University to empower the next generation of leaders and activists to take action towards a healthier and more sustainable ocean.