We offer research fellowships to top graduates who are interested in pursuing research on women, peace, security. We also engage undergraduate and graduate students through popular on-campus events and programs, classroom instruction, research assistant and volunteer positions, and advising to students interested in this field.
There are three GIWPS-affiliated graduate classes offered during the Spring 2019 semester. Women, Peace and Security, taught by Jacqui O’Neill, will address women’s experiences in conflict-affected and post-conflict settings and the impact of women’s participation. Carla Koppell, GIWPS’ distinguished fellow, is teaching a course on Diversity and Inclusion in Conflict Resolution and Development. Gender Inequality and Development – taught by GIWPS Managing Director Dr. Jeni Klugman – will go over the broad patterns and constraints of gender inequality around the world from past to present.
Recent graduates participate in fellowships that are awarded to top graduates who are interested in pursuing research on women, peace, security, and the economy. Fellows – who come to us from disciplines as diverse as economics, international relations, law, and public policy – conduct desk and field research that helps close key knowledge and evidence gaps in the field of women, peace, and security. The fellowships are made possible by the generous support of individual and corporate donors.
Georgetown Women in International Affairs (GWIA) aims to develop quality leadership among Georgetown graduate students and to increase the visibility of women in international affairs. Through interactive programming, GWIA connects, empowers and prepares emerging women leaders. The student-led GWIA Executive Board spearheads the initiative’s planning, programming, and communications, working closely with our staff.