GHD ’17 Alum Shane Mulligan shares about the coffee company he started, his non-traditional career path, and advice for current and future GHD students.
GHD ’19 Student Representatives brought together experienced development practitioners and SFS students for an important conversation on #MeToo, #AidToo, and the way forward.
Foreign Policy Magazine recognized the success of Resilience Action International, an organization co-founded by Muzabel Welongo GHD ’19, in a recent article.
From Friday, November 16 to Sunday, November 16, 36 students interviewed panel experts, received guidance from mentors, and designed, tested, and pitched creative solutions in response to GSIL’s 2018 challenge: How might we feed a world of 8.5 billion sustainably and healthily by 2030?
Former President of Liberia Ellen Johnson Sirleaf visited Georgetown University for three days last week. Her visit kicks off the formation of a forum through which Georgetown will engage leaders, academics, and development practitioners on the topic of nation-building in fragile states, with the hope of producing valuable insights for the global community.
“The world does indeed face challenges. Yet by almost any measure, life for most people has been getting better in almost every way.” – Steven Radelet. Check out GHD Director Steven Radelet’s Doomsday Delusions Article in Foreign Affairs on the case for optimism.
What does GHD mean to you? Peter Cook, GHD’14, shares how being an alumni mentor with GHD has enhanced his professor experience post-graduation.
The GHD 2020 class recently spent a weekend off-campus in Northern Virginia for the program’s annual Ethics Retreat. The retreat began a dialogue between students, faculty, and staff about ethical dilemmas and situations that can occur in the field…