Hoya Citings: Georgetown student brings Bible Belt to Persian Gulf

Vox is trying out a new series, “Hoya Citings,” where we feature Georgetown students doing research, publishing work, or engaging in other interesting educational pursuits. First part of our series starts with a student on the SFS-Qatar campus…. Read More

SFS-Q students hold first-of-its-kind fundraiser in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month

In America, breast cancer awareness has become somewhat of a national phenomenon—between the ribbons, the special clothing lines (some from the unlikeliest of retailers), and the White House turning into the Pink House for a night, Americans certainly… Read More

Prefrosh Preview: A guide to the School of Foreign Service

This week, Vox wanted to give the Class of 2015 a sneak peek into each of Georgetown University’s four undergraduate schools. Today, we take a look at the School of Foreign Service (SFS). A strong core builds a… Read More

University appoints new dean for SFS-Qatar

Several days after naming a new dean for the MSB, Georgetown has announced  the selection of Gerd Nonneman as the new Dean of the School of Foreign Service in Qatar, effective in September. Nonneman will succeed interim dean… Read More

SFS-Q holds third undergraduate commencement

Last Saturday, the Gulf Times reported that the Georgetown Unviersity University School of Foreign Service-Qatar had graduated its third class of undergraduates. As in previous years, University President John DeGioia delivered the commencement address to the class of… Read More

SFS-Q students launch political and literary magazine

Last Wednesday, students at Georgetown’s SFS-Qatar campus released the first issue of Diwan, a bilingual, student-run news and culture magazine. “The term Diwan is an Arabic word that refers to a collection of poems or scholarly articles by an… Read More

SFS-Q adds another major, bringing total offered to three

Georgetown’s School of Foreign Service in Qatar will officially inaugurate its third major on February 13th. The international economics major joins international politics and culture and politics majors available for the campus’ 180 students. Assistant Professor Alexis Antoniades… Read More

Hersh calls military officials crusaders in speech at SFS-Q

Seymour Hersh, a writer for the New Yorker, spoke last week at Georgetown’s School of Foreign Service in Qatar on the differences in foreign policy between the Bush and Obama administrations. “I don’t know how to describe Obama,… Read More

SFS-Qatar graduates second undergraduate class

Last Saturday, Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service-Qatar graduated its second undergraduate class. President John DeGioia was on hand to award diplomas to the 31 members of the graduating class. In his keynote address, DeGioia told the graduates,… Read More