School of Foreign Service
The Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University was founded in 1919] by Rev. Edmund A. Walsh, S.J. It is the "first university in the United States to develop a liberal arts undergraduate program focused on international affairs from an interdisciplinary perspective. [It is] the school of choice for those who those who wish to pursue careers in the U.S. State Department or other government agencies, the majority of .. graduates pursue careers in international business, academia, and the non-profit sector."
About Georgetown University
"Georgetown University is the oldest Catholic and Jesuit university in America, founded in 1789 by Archbishop John Carroll. Georgetown today is a major student-centered, international, research university offering respected undergraduate, graduate and professional programs on its three campuses. For more information about Georgetown University, visit www.georgetown.edu."
Georgetown University's "Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service [is] the oldest and largest school of international affairs. Among its graduates are a host of world leaders, as well as diplomats, corporate leaders, and academics. Georgetown's School of Foreign Service has more graduates who have served as ambassadors and diplomats than any other university."
Other Related SourceWatch Resources
- Center for Peace and Security Studies, Georgetown University School of Foreign Service
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- A History of the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service.
- Delta Phi Epsilon History: School of Foreign Service. Links to How the School was Founded. Cnstantine McGuire: Man of Mystery by Carroll Quigley, Courier, December 1965 (pp 16-20]: "CONSTANTINE E. McGUIRE, PH.D., FOUNDER OF THE SCHOOL OF FOREIGN SERVICE, AND MAN OF MYSTERY, DIED IN NEW YORK ON 22 OCTOBER 1965, AT THE AGE OF 75."