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The SFS Globe was created specifically for BSFS students to access information regarding academic deadlines, internship and job opportunities, events on campus, and additional resources available to them at Georgetown, in D.C., and beyond.

 


Check Out the India Innovation Studio (INAF 311)

Instructor Permission Required–This is a studio-based course that examines policy problems in India from a multi-disciplinary perspective. The substantive focus of the course concerns building scale solutions to bolster India’s infrastructure development in both urban and rural contexts. No prior…

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THiNK Conference: Diplomacy and Its Role in North Korea

Truth and Human Rights in North Korea (THiNK) invites you to our annual conference on March 23rd, from 11:00am to 2:30pm in White Gravenor 202—Diplomacy and its Role in North Korea! Distinguished guest speakers will dive into what the recent…

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Life Under Occupation: A Conversation with Eid Suleman

Tuesday, March 26 at 6:30pm in the Arrupe Multipurpose Room Cosponsored by J Street U, the Center for Jewish Civilization, and the Institute for the Study of International Migration Leading Palestinian activist Eid Suleman works to protect his home Umm…

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8TH ANNUAL WALSH EXCHANGE WITH AMBASSADOR JEFFREY DELAURENTIS

Friday, April 5th, 2:30 pm-6 pm and Saturday, April 6th, 9:30 am-12:30 pm Mortara Center for International Studies The 8th Annual Walsh Exchange, the nation’s premier undergraduate international research conference, will be held on April 5th and 6th at the…

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Circumnavigator Grant Information Session March 27

Wednesday, March 27, 2:00-3:00 pm, ICC 302P (enter through ICC 301) Would you like the opportunity to travel around the world in 90 days in the summer 2020?  Would you like to do that on someone else’s dime?  Please consider applying for this grant!…


Every Friday, an updated version of the Globe is sent out to students with all of the newest information and events from that week. However, older posts and opportunities are available on the Globe’s website for students to reference back to. If your organization is hosting a speaker on campus or you know about a cool event happening in D.C., consider posting your event in the Globe! Send all requests to Shelby Roller before Fridays at 12pm (earlier is preferable).

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