Community Scholars 50th Anniversary Celebration

Community Scholars 50th Anniversary Celebration

(music) (chatter) – Oh, you look wonderful. – [John J. DeGioia] It’s wonderful to be with all of you here in Gaston Hall for this special celebration marking 50 years of our Community Scholars Program. Approximately 1700 community scholars have graduated from Georgetown. Faculty and staff have developed ways to support our scholars through the […]

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In Focus | Emotional & Spiritual Intelligence in Leadership

In Focus | Emotional & Spiritual Intelligence in Leadership

– Hello, I’m George Moschoglou, coming to you from the LG Digital Studio at the Georgetown University School of Continuing Studies. In Focus today, emotional and spiritual intelligence. I’m joined by Dr. Dereje Tessema, adjunct professor of Project Management at Georgetown SCS. Welcome Dereje. – Thank you for having me, George. – What is emotional […]

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The Globalization of the American Cultural Wars

The Globalization of the American Cultural Wars

– My name is Kristina Stoeckl. I’m from the University of Innsbruck in Austria. I’m here at the Berkley Center because this public panel discussion is the closing event of a two day workshop where we already discussed these questions of the role of Russia in the globalizing culture wars. Let me introduce the panel. […]

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How Are Hackers Portrayed in Pop Culture?

How Are Hackers Portrayed in Pop Culture?

(upbeat music) – In the media you always see a loan defender or a loan attacker working in isolation in front of 10 monitors all arranged around them. It looks like NASA mission control with encrypted text which looks like a combination of Klingon and the Matrix and all over the place. To break in, […]

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Theology Without Borders – Religious Pluralism and the Wider Ecumenism

Theology Without Borders – Religious Pluralism and the Wider Ecumenism

– We owe our many friends in Germany for inventing this sort of occasion. When a distinguished scholar would reach an age of esteem. Not necessarily of getting too old, their colleagues and former students and people who had been very blessed by their contributions to the academy would write a collection of papers for […]

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NY Times Columnist David Brooks Discusses Cultural Change

NY Times Columnist David Brooks Discusses Cultural Change

So, good afternoon and welcome to our 2018 Lesley Whittington Memorial Lecture so my name is Michael Bailey I’m a professor here at Georgetown and I’m also the Interim Dean here. So, this is a special day for us for two reasons at least and so one is it’s something we’re always eager to do […]

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