2020 Online Open House

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Georgetown’s campus blooms in the spring.

The Conflict Resolution Program, an element of the Department of Government, has moved to full instructional, research, and administrative continuity in line with Georgetown University policy.

Prioritizing public health and the personal health and safety of our new admits, students, staff and faculty, we are cancelling and re-formatting in-person events.

Our March 20, 2020 Open House will move online, and we hope to see you here to give you more information about the program, showcase who and what makes this such a special place to pursue a graduate degree, and answer all your questions.

Watch this space as well for a series of asynchronous elements to our online Open House.

Welcome to our online Open House,
from Department of Government Chair, Professor Charles King
Welcome to the Conflict Resolution Program,
from the incoming Department of Government Chair, Professor Anthony Arend
Kayla Owens, CR program alumna (G’20)
Alexander Chaves, CR program alumnus (G’20)
Daniel Weggeland, Faculty Fellow and CR program alumnus (G’07)
Rukmini Banerjee, CR program alumna (G’14)
Ambassador Ken Yalowitz, former Director of the MA in Conflict Resolution Program
Faculty Fellow Dr. Ayse Kadayifci-Orellana

Welcome to Georgetown University!
Welcome to the Department of Government!
Welcome to the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences!
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