Alumna and Rhodes Scholar Finalist Rachel Azafrani (SFS ’17) hopes to earn a scholarship to pursue her research interests at the University of Oxford.
Tighe Flanagan (MAAS ’12) answered questions about his role at the Wikimedia Foundation where he helps educators and students around the world contribute to Wikipedia in an academic setting.
Devika Ranjan (SFS’17) is a Fellow at the Laboratory for Global Performance and Politics. She collaborated on the production of “I PLEDGE ALLEGIANCE: An Immigrant Anthology.” In July, she and other Lab Fellows took their original piece to the ITI World Congress in Segovia, Spain. She writes about how the production came about and her personal creative process.
Former D.C. Public Schools (DCPS) Chancellor Kaya Henderson (SFS ’92) will work with Georgetown President John J. DeGioia and Provost Robert Groves to conduct research and advise on a variety of issues that include affordable higher education models, racial justice, college access and success.
What if publishers had passed on Anne Frank’s diary? This idea of forgotten history has motivated Timothy Boyce (SFS’76) to revive the story of Norwegian Holocaust survivor Odd Nansen in a new edition of From Day to Day: One Man’s Diary of Survival in Nazi Concentration Camps.
The John Carroll award is conferred upon Georgetown alumni whose achievements and record of service exemplify the ideals and traditions of Georgetown and its founder. This year, esteemed SFS professor and alumnus Anthony Clark Arend (SFS’80), was one of the recipients of the John Carroll award, given out at John Carroll Weekend in Austin, Texas.
MSFS graduate Tish King (MSFS’93) reflects on her experiences in the MSFS program and how the connections she made at SFS led her to her career as a communications professional in the policy world.
Rui Matsukawa (MSFS’97) was elected to the Japanese House of Councillors in 2016. A Liberal Democrat Party member, she represents the Osaka prefecture in the upper house of the National Diet of Japan.
Anna Scott Bell (MASIA’16) discusses the ways the Asian Studies Program has prepared her for her current job as a Program Associate at the Global Taiwan Institute, a new think tank in Washington, D.C focused on Taiwan, US-Taiwan relations, and cross-Strait relations.