Faculty Update

Walcott celebrates 20 years of teaching

Professor John Walcott was celebrated for reaching his 20 year teaching anniversary. He shared advice with MSFS students learned through his experiences in various national security and journalistic fields.

McNeill awarded Dr. A.H Heineken prize for History

Dr. John R. McNeill, professor of History, received the A.H. Heineken award for History for his work combining global history and environmental history. “His work is exceptional for the apparent ease with which he weaves centuries, continents, cultures, scientific disciplines and languages into a single narrative, and for his unparalleled ability to draw from sources in all these fields,” reads the award page.

SFS Welcomes New Scholars to Georgetown Community

Georgetown’s School of Foreign Service welcomes three new tenure-track faculty members, from a variety of backgrounds and interests. Diana Kim is Assistant Professor in the Asian Studies Program, Rajesh Veeraraghavan – Assistant Professor in STIA – and Charlotte Cavaillé will be Assistant Professor in the SFS.

Professor Victor Cha and Ambassador Gallucci Testify On North Korea

Professor Victor Cha and Ambassador Robert Gallucci testified about North Korea before the Senate Subcommittee on East Asia, The Pacific, and International Cybersecurity Policy. The hearing discussed “Assessing the North Korea Threat and U.S. Policy: Strategic Patience or Effective Deterrence?”

Interview: Professor Lahra Smith

Professor Lahra Smith, Associate Professor in the African Studies Program, was interviewed by The Caravel about her research on civic education in Kenya and Ethiopia.

Report Released on the FBI Post-911 Commission

Professor Bruce Hoffman, Director of the Center for Security Studies, served on the commission which investigated the FBI’s response to the 9/11 Commission’s recommendations in 2004.