Inspiring National Security and Defense Innovation

It is time for Georgetown University to step forward as America’s academic leader in national security and veteran research. Read more

Mujica Student Veterans Stipend

The application period for the 2016-17 MujicaStudent Veteran Stipend is January 11, 2016 through April 6, 2016. Read more

Interested in getting Published?

Ramen IR is an international affairs blog featuring analysis on a plethora of topics from military operations to sociopolitical trends.  Ramen IR was founded by a Georgetown student and has veterans on staff, including Sebastian Bae, currently an MA candidate in the Security Studies Program.  Ramen IR is currently seeking submissions by young professionals and graduate students roughly 1000 words long. Submissions or questions can be directed to  ramenirblog@gmail.com.

Nevada Schadler receives Landeggar Community Service Award

To commemorate the memory of the late Lena Landegger, the Landegger Charitable Foundation has made a generous gift to Georgetown University for the purpose of honoring and rewarding Georgetown undergraduates for distinguished contributions to community service. These are students who have voluntarily committed to serve those in need in the many communities of which Georgetown is a part. Once again this year, twenty students will be selected to receive awards of $2,500 each. The Lena Landegger Community Service Awards provide a remarkable occasion for Georgetown to celebrate and honor its deep commitment to community service. Read more

Student Veteran Spotlight: Tessa Poppe on Victims of Military Sexual Trauma

"The VA can’t deny its policies are not discriminatory when it takes one veteran’s testimony and denies another. Now the VA will have to explain its discriminatory methods in court." -from "The VA Is Now Being Sued For Discriminating Against Victims of Military Sexual Trauma" Read more

Student Veteran Spotlight: Sebastian Bae featured in Foreign Policy

"The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan were fought by soldiers, sailors, and Marines, but devised by an army of policymakers and politicians...The national security debate must become a conversation, not a top-down dictation." -from An Enlisted View: No Boots Allowed? Read more

Veterans at Georgetown 2014

Check out what the veterans population looks like at Georgetown as of December.  https://magic.piktochart.com/output/4283400-georgetown-stats   Read more

Dog Tag Bakery Grand Opening

Dog Tag Bakery combines a degree completion program at Georgetown with on the job training for disabled veterans at the bakery itself to directly impact veteran employment and the community. GUSVA came out to support the Dog Tag Bakery during its Grand Opening, and met a distinguished Georgetown alumn and supporter--Gen. Casey! In this photo: Patricia Soler (Army spouse, GU alumna, GUSVA member and designer of our logo); B. Mujica (GUSVA faculty adviser); Margo Ellis (Marine veteran, GU alumna, one of the founding member of the GUSVA); Theresa Hilsdon (Navy veteran, GU alumna, organizer of the women veterans group). 

How a student veteran overcame the odds of treating patients in Liberia, Despite the Ebola Outbreak

Antonio J Webb, M.D., gave his thoughts on the virus and experiences while there Read more

GUSVA VP featured in Washington Post

IT pros without a tech background turn to master's program... Read the full article here   Read more

Free Online Software Training

Webucator offers free online training programs to veterans Read more

Women Veterans Look Toward Furthering Their Education

Check out GUSVA Faculty Advisor Dr. Barbara Mujica's recent article on Women Veterans! Read more

GUSVA Leadership Attends VA Bill Signing with President Obama

GUSVA leadership witnessed President Obama sign into law the VA Reform Bill Read more


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