Georgetown Engages Latin America
With its academic strengths, Washington, D.C., location, Jesuit values, and regional networks, Georgetown is a leading U.S. university engaged in Latin America. Faculty and students across research and teaching programs engage critical challenges facing the region, including economic growth and innovation, governance and the rule of law, social and cultural cohesion, and hemispheric relations.
We write to share the very sad news of the tragic death of Wendy Karina Martinez, CLAS MA 2012. Wendy passed away last night after being attacked and stabbed near Logan Circle while jogging.
Wednesday, September 19 the Institute for the Study of Migration (ISIM) at Georgetown University Walsh School of Foreign Service co-hosted a panel of experts to discuss Venezuela's migration crisis at the Healey Family Student Center.
The student fellows program gives a select group of undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to conduct research and support events and programs related to the initiative’s core themes.
Jenny Guardado, Assistant Professor at the Center for Latin American Studies, discusses the future of U.S.-Mexico relations after AMLO's election.
Dr. John Bailey, Professor Emeritus of Government affiliated with the Center for Latin American Studies, discusses the future of U.S.-Mexico relations after AMLO's election.
President DeGioia awarded the Patrick Healy Award 2018 to LALP executive director Professor Ricardo Ernst during this year's John Carroll Weekend in Seattle on April 14, 2018. Congratulations and thank you, Professor Ernst, for your leadership!
The graduation took place at the Riggs Library last March 29. Thirty-four participants from 19 countries graduated from this 10-week program that empowers emerging leaders to become agents of change in Latin America. Welcome to the GCL Network!
Read the most recent issue of the Journal of Globalization, Competitiveness and Governability (GGG) on the governability of Latin American countries, edited by Professor Fr. Matthew Carnes, S.J., and our very own executive director Prof. Ernst.
Carlos Aramayo (SCS’19) is the cofounder and fundraising director of the Fuller Center for Housing Bolivia, a nonprofit organization that builds low-cost homes for those most in need in Bolivia.