The Daily Q

Profile: GU-Q’s founding dean returns with new ambitions for the school

Jueun Choi

September 5, 2016

Filed under Features

When James Reardon-Anderson, now 72, founded Georgetown’s School of Foreign Service in Qatar in 2005, it had only 25 students and no building of its own. Reardon-Anderson stayed for four years to see off the first graduating cla...

Students watch U.S. Election amid pizza, chocolates and…sleeping bags at Georgetown

November 8, 2012

Filed under Features, News

By Silma Suba     Pizza boxes, chocolates and lots of coffee mugs were scattered everywhere as approximately 40 students and staff from all over Education City spent the night camped out in the student lounge in ...

Larger Georgetown library welcomes public

February 9, 2011

Filed under News

By Muneera Al-Buainain     The library of the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service in Qatar has been open to the public since its beginnings in 2006 but due to the lack of publicity, not many people in ...

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