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Hayley Young/The Hoya | Georgetown University’s Center for Security and Emerging Technology (CSET) hosted a virtual panel on Jan. 31 to review the Biden administration’s AI Executive Order, as part of the Security and Emerging Technology Seminar Series.

Panel: Researchers Discuss AI Executive Order

By Hayley Young, Senior Features Editor February 2, 2024

Georgetown University’s Center for Security and Emerging Technology (CSET) hosted a virtual panel discussion Jan. 31 to review implementation of the Biden administration’s artificial intelligence (AI)...

Aamir Jamil/The Hoya | The Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs hosted a panel on Indonesia’s implementation of cross-cultural religious literacy in regional schools on Jan. 29, discussing the impact of religion on politics and policy.

PANEL: Experts Discuss Role of Culture, Religion in Indonesian Education

By Neha Jampala, Special to The Hoya February 2, 2024

Georgetown University hosted a panel titled “Tolerance and Respect: Educational Paths in Indonesia,” focusing on Indonesia’s implementation of cross-cultural religious literacy in regional schools...

Disability Cultural Center Collaborates with Diversability to Host Advocacy Panel

Disability Cultural Center Collaborates with Diversability to Host Advocacy Panel

By Paulina Inglima September 29, 2023

Georgetown’s Disability Cultural Center collaborated with Diversability, a community business dedicated to uplifting disabled voices , to host the Diversability Unplugged: Disability and Student Advocacy...

Tensions Run High in Panel Discussing Julian Assange Case

Tensions Run High in Panel Discussing Julian Assange Case

By Julia Butler March 17, 2023

The Georgetown University film and media studies program and the Free Speech Project — an independent, nonpartisan initiative focusing on free speech in the United States — hosted a March 14 panel...

Panel Forecasts Political Future of Latin America and the Caribbean

Panel Forecasts Political Future of Latin America and the Caribbean

By Nicole Iriza February 9, 2023

The Georgetown Americas Institute (GAI) hosted a panel Jan. 30 to discuss the regional forecast for Latin America and the Caribbean in the upcoming year. The panel, titled “Latin America and the...

Panel: Digital Media Trends Challenge Independent News Organizations

Panel: Digital Media Trends Challenge Independent News Organizations

By Margaux Devaney May 6, 2022

Independent news platforms face difficulties in both maintaining a base of support and navigating an increasingly streaming-based world, a panel of journalists said at an April 25 event.  The...

PANEL: United Nations Must Increase Support for Women in Afghanistan

PANEL: United Nations Must Increase Support for Women in Afghanistan

By Yalda Zarrabi March 17, 2022

The United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) mandate and a holistic human rights approach are crucial steps in combating the Taliban’s efforts to restrict Afghan women and children from...

Professors Reflect on Lasting Global Impacts of 9/11 Attacks, 20 Years Later

Professors Reflect on Lasting Global Impacts of 9/11 Attacks, 20 Years Later

By Paige Kupas and Alicia Novoa September 2, 2021

CW: This article references the 9/11 attacks and violence in Afghanistan. Please refer to the end of the article for on- and off-campus resources. The Taliban takeover in Afghanistan and the Jan. 6...

@BUSHFDN/TWITTER | Former Secretary of State James Baker kicked off the series of events with introductory remarks focusing on the events leading up to the fall of the Berlin wall.

US Leadership, Grassroots Activism Led to Fall of the Berlin Wall, Panel Says

By Liana Hardy November 8, 2019

Strong United States leadership alongside grassroots activism in Germany were key factors in the fall of the Berlin Wall, speakers said at an event in Gaston Hall on Nov. 6.  The event, titled...

ELLIE STAAB FOR THE HOYA | Panelists discussed free speech rights of incarcerated Americans at an event in Gaston Hall on Tuesday.

Panelists Advocate Protection of Free Speech Rights in Prisons

By Taylor Kahn-Perry April 25, 2019

Fostering connections between incarcerated people and the outside world must be a key feature of criminal justice reform, panelists agreed at a discussion on the free speech rights of incarcerated Americans...

AARON WEINMANN/THE HOYA Robert Bennett (CAS ’61, LAW ’64), Karen Tumulty, John Carr, Dawn Eden Goldstein and Kevin Byrnes react to sexual abuse in the church.

Church Must Reform Internal Hierarchy, Panelists Say

By Will Cassou September 27, 2018

Catholic clergy cannot be trusted to initiate meaningful reforms combatting widespread clerical abuse, leaving the responsibility to lay people, former federal prosecutor and original member of the...

SHEEL PATEL/THE HOYA From left to right: Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security executive director Melanne Verveer, chief operating officer of WEConnect Greta Schettler (GRD 11), gender parity task forces coordinator at the Inter-American Development Bank Andrea Saldarriaga Jiménez (GRD 16), World Bank social scientist Miriam Müller and project director for the Womens Empowerment for Economic Development and Resilience Project Lucia España speak at an event Sept. 21.

Female Entrepreneurs Fuel Economic Success, Panelists Say

By Emily Leng September 24, 2018

Female economic participation cultivates a more equitable and productive economy, women’s rights experts said at a panel in Riggs Library on Friday, Sept. 21. Hosted by the Georgetown Institute...

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