SFS Academic Council holds town hall on minors versus certificates

Last night at the Mortara Center, the School of Foreign Service Academic Council held a full town hall meeting to get student input on the SFS Curriculum Committee’s review of both the merits of the existing certificate program… Read More


ICC renovations aim at increasing study space

Last week, members of the SFS Academic Council met with representatives from the Provost’s office to talk about increasing student space in the Intercultural Center, Vice President of the SFS Academic Council Megan Murday (SFS ’15) wrote in an email… Read More

Here are the results of the SFS undergraduate survey

On Tuesday, the president of the SFS Academic Council emailed SFS undergraduates the findings of their undergraduate survey. Intended as a response to the BSFS External Review consultations last spring, the survey was conducted by [Edit] the SFS… Read More

Voice‘s On-Campus Choices: So long, farewell, auf wiedersehen, good-bye

Farewell Address from Former Polish President Aleksander Kwasniewski President Kwasniewski is leaving Georgetown at the end of this semester, completing his time as a Distinguished Scholar in the Practice of Global Leadership.  On Thursday, April 29, he will… Read More

SFS creating panel to review Map of the Modern World changes

When the School of Foreign Service decided to change the Map of the Modern World curriculum and replace professor Keith Hrebenak with former SFS-Qatar Dean James Reardon-Anderson, SFSers weren’t too happy about it.  The SFS Academic Council heard… Read More