MSFS students Catalina Coppel and Enrique Enriquez Minjarez organized a concert on a DuPont rooftop September 23 to raise funds for disaster relief efforts in Mexico after three earthquakes hit the country over a 12-day period. The event raised $1,388 USD, which channeled through the Fundación Carlos Slim, will result in a donation of over $8,000 USD.
For second-year graduate student Madina Bizhanova, the Center for Eurasian, Russian and East European Studies (CERES) offers unparalleled opportunities for research on development and democratization in Central Asia.
SFS senior Tomás Álvarez Belón, the 2017 McTighe Prize recipient, will share his brush with death with the incoming class of first-year students during New Student Convocation on August 27 and urge them to reflect daily about their purpose.
Grace Conway (SFS’20) commented on the role of communications in shaping perceptions from the perspective of her White House internship.
The MSB highlighted Christine Yang (SFS’18) and Armando Soto III (SFS’18) for their startup projects, Dressmate and Edgies.
Claudia Soliz Castro Master of Arts in Latin American Studies, Class of 2017 La Paz, Bolivia Summer 2016 Experience: Master’s thesis fieldwork on the effects of informal markets on state development in Bolivia Favorite Classes: “Latin American Origins and Transformations” with…
For Charles Jamieson (MAAS’17), the SFS has been a place to tie together different interests and experiences into a future focusing on economics and politics in the Middle East.
Lina Zdruli German and European Studies, Class of 2017 Born in Albania, grew up in Italy, the United States, and Canada. Summer 2016 Internship: Business Associate in Rawabi, Palestine D.C. Jobs and Internships: Global Futures Fellow, Office of the Vice President for Global…
Cole Florey came to SFS to deepen his knowledge of a familiar subject and region. “I chose to join the Asian Studies Program at Georgetown because it allowed me the unique opportunity of studying East Asian politics and security while simultaneously expanding my knowledge of history, society, and culture in the Asia-Pacific,” Florey said.