SFS Host Centennial College in Collaboration with Georgetown College and the Georgetown University Alumni Association

On February 2, 2019, we welcomed back Georgetown alumni for the SFS Centennial College, in collaboration with Georgetown College and the Georgetown University Alumni Association. Alumni returned to the Hilltop for class, but without the exams! They chose foundation courses like Map of the Modern World, International Trade, Ethics and Global Politics, or The Problem of God, as well as thematic courses on The Future of Europe, The Challenge of Terrorism, or The Challenge of North Korea. Over lunch, they heard from SFS alumnus Mark Landler, White House correspondent at The New York Times, and closed the day with a Centennial Lab Experience on Development and Displacement, meeting some of the students from the class. Thank you to all the alumni and parents who joined us!

Foundation Courses

The Problem of God

Professor Erin M. Cline

Associate Professor of Comparative Ethics & Theology

International Trade

Professor Mitch Kaneda

Senior Associate Dean and Director of Undergraduate Program

Map of the Modern World

Professor Mark Giordano

Director of the Program in Science, Technology and International Affairs and Professor of Environment and Energy

Ethics and Global Politics

Professor Nicole Bibbins Sedaca

Chair, MSFS Global Politics and Security Concentration and Professor in the Practice of International Affairs

Lunch with Mark Landler (SFS'87), New York Times White House Correspondent

Thematic Courses

The Challenge of Terrorism

Professor Daniel Byman

Vice Dean and Professor, Walsh School of Foreign Service

The Future of Europe

Professor Kathleen McNamara

Professor of Government and Vice Dean for Faculty & Graduate Affairs, Walsh School of Foreign Service

The Challenge of North Korea

Professor Victor Cha

D.S. Song-KF Endowed Chair in Government and International Affairs

Centennial Lab Experience: Development and Displacement

Professor Rochelle Davis

Director of Center for Contemporary Arab Studies

Professor Fida Adely

Clovis and Hala Salaam Maksoud Chair in Arab Studies and Academic Director of the Master's in Arab Studies

Reception