Experts in the field gathered at Georgetown’s “Global Mental Health Symposium: Transdisciplinary Perspectives” to discuss the role of mental health care in development and policy situations.
This year’s Nuclear Security Summit convened representatives from around the world in Washington, D.C. to discuss what tangible steps governments can take to keep nuclear materials secure—and out of the hands of terrorists. SFS professors Robert Gallucci, Matthew Kroenig, and Irfan Nooruddin added their voices to the public conversation around the Summit.
It’s no secret that Georgetown students are passionate about politics. Even though SFS is focused on the global stage, SFSers are no exception when it comes to their involvement in domestic politics. Two such students are Amanda Shepherd, SFS’18, and Allie Williams, SFS’19, who lead the student campaign groups for Hillary Clinton (Hoyas for Hillary) and Marco Rubio (GU Students for Rubio).
Professor Emily Mendenhall was quoted for her expertise in syndemics theory in an article on Austin, Indiana, where the largest outbreak of HIV in the United States has caused major health concerns.
Six SFS students put the Jesuit ideal of “men and women for others” in practice at the recent Clinton Global Initiative University (CGI U) 2016 meeting with their Commitments to Action – projects that translate practical goals into meaningful and measurable results.
Professor Daniel Neep was quoted in a recent article on the United States’ level of involvenment in Syria in regards to assisting YPG militias.
Professor Anthony Clark Arend sat down with SOAS Radio to discuss his new book on the concept of human dignity and its role in guiding the mission of international institutions.