Stories: Asma Shakeel wins Rhodes Scholarship, distinguished faculty from DC, Students to compete in competition in Belgium, interfaith discovery class trip, EAA framework agreement signing, participation in WISE, Global Energy Conference coverage, plus social media, and website statistics for December 2023
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Asma Shakeel (SFS’24), a senior who researches missionary history in South Asia, has won the 2024 Rhodes Scholarship — the third Hoya to win the oldest and most competitive international scholarship this year. This is the first time in nearly 30 years that three scholars have been selected from Georgetown in the same year.
GU-Q is set to host three eminent faculty members from Georgetown’s campus in Washington, DC, as part of its continuous efforts to foster academic exchanges and collaborative opportunities.
Two undergraduate students from GU-Q, Anam Fatima (SFS’24) and Felicia Masferrer (SFS’24), both majoring in International Politics, will be joined by teammate Safaa Jaber, an SJD student candidate at HBKU College of Law. The trio will be competing against teams from around the world in a series of simulations designed to test their international humanitarian law expertise.
In the spirit of Georgetown University’s dedication to interreligious understanding, a group of thirty GU-Q students, led by Visiting Associate Professor Dr. Josef Meri, embarked on an insightful study trip to the Religious Complex in Abu Hamour.
Georgetown University in Qatar (GU-Q) and the Education Above All Foundation (EAA) are pleased to announce the signing of a Framework Agreement to enhance their partnership in promoting education and research. The agreement solidifies the joint commitment to working collaboratively in order to address critical barriers to education across the globe.
The 2023 World Innovation Summit for Education, featuring leaders, alumni, and students from Georgetown University, called attention to the urgent need for creativity, policy, and innovation in redefining learning for the Artificial Intelligence era. This significant gathering of global experts provided valuable insights, outlining a path forward for educational transformation.
The interconnections between energy, culture, and society in the pursuit of equity and sustainability was one of the themes on the first day of GU-Q’s engaging public forum on “Global Energy Cultures” being held in collaboration with Msheireb Museums. Media clippings.
The Center for International and Regional Studies at Georgetown University in Qatar (GU-Q) is partnering with Msheireb Museums to host an international forum under the theme “Global Energy Cultures: How Energy Shapes Our Everyday Lives,” from December 9-10. Media clippings.
Exploring the unique relationship between energy and cultures, Georgetown University in Qatar (GU-Q), in collaboration with Msheireb Museums, will bring together academic and artistic perspectives as it opens a public, two-day conference titled “Global Energy Cultures: How Energy Shapes Our Everyday Lives,” on December 9.