Public Service is a good thing. Politics can be too.
The Georgetown Institute of Politics and Public Service at the McCourt School is a new center in our nation’s capital bringing students and public servants together to figure out how.
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Taking politics back to school.
With DC at our fingertips, we'll bring some of the top names from politics, government and media to campus. But not for lectures. You get enough of those in class. We want the GU Politics to be a place where leaders come not just to help prepare the next generation of political leadership, but to learn from students how to be better leaders themselves.Read Exec Director Mo Elleithee's Medium Post
The Exit Interview: Criminal and Social Justice
U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch talked to members of the university community about criminal and social ...
The Latino Vote
Join us on Friday, October 14 from 12:00-1:00 p.m. in Copley Formal Lounge for a conversation with NY City Council ...
The Millennial Mindset: Millennials, the Economy, and What it Means for 2016
In Need of a Spark Written by Aaron Bennett (COL '19) GU Politics partnered with Ernst & Young and the ...
Not Your Average Debate Watch Party
Had a great time at our last few Debate Watch Parties? Then don't miss our final Presidential Debate Watch ...
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Meet the GU Politics Fall 2016 Fellows Class
Dear Friend of GU Politics, Welcome – or welcome back – to Georgetown! The Georgetown Institute of Politics and ...
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