I hope to see you again… but not here.

Madison Marks (MAAS’17) reflects on her experience volunteering in a refugee camp in Greece. This article was originally published in the Center for Contemporary Arab Studies’ Newsmagazine, Fall/Winter 2017.

Carolina Sosa (SFS’19) Charts Own Path at SFS

For Carolina Sosa (SFS’19), engagement and excitement have been a central part of her SFS experience. Initially skeptical of the international relations-specific orientation of the School of Foreign Service, Sosa was drawn to some of Georgetown’s offerings as she progressed through the college selection process.

Bennett Stehr Enjoys Research, Baseball at SFS

For Bennett Stehr, research, baseball and business fit together neatly at SFS. In his third year at the Walsh School of Foreign Service, Stehr has worked to fulfill both his academic and extracurricular interests at Georgetown, which includes a spot on the varsity baseball team and a Krogh Fellowship.

Graduate Student April Snedeker Says “Never a Dull Moment” When Studying Dynamic Region

“I have always been interested in how people situate the region in a global context,” says April Snedeker, a graduate student at the Center for Eurasian, Russian and East European Studies (CERES). “In this light, it’s been an interesting time to study the region. 25 years after the fall of the Soviet Union, the former republics are trying to find their place in the world.”