The Georgetown University Italian Research Institute, housed in the College, was established in December 2013 to promote, identify, facilitate, and support the advancement of contemporary cutting-edge Italian research in medicine, the sciences, technology, environment, engineering, international affairs, finance, industry, the arts, design, literature, and film.

The Institute serves as a bridge to encourage collaborative engagement between Italian and non-Italian scholars and leaders. To achieve its goal the Institute hosts distinguished thinkers and leaders in their fields to present their research, share their vision, and address challenges confronting research & leadership.




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Liberal Education & Leadership: a Conversation
Friday, April 26th 

H.E. Ambassador Armando Varricchio
H.E. Ambassador Armando Varricchio of the Embassy of Italy offered opening remarks at the event on Liberal Education & Leadership: a Conversation. 

Dr. Marcegaglia, the keynote speaker at the event on Liberal Education & Leadership: a Conversation

Dr. Christopher Celenza, Dean of Georgetown College, as a speaker and the moderator of the event.

Dr. Celenza leading the conversation with Dr. Marcegaglia