John CARROLL Weekend
Since 1952, John Carroll Weekend has traveled to a different city each year, gathering the local Georgetown community and alumni, students, faculty, parents, family members and friends from around the globe to celebrate the best of Georgetown. The weekend of educational, social, and cultural events offers participants the chance to engage with one another and with Georgetown's outstanding faculty and university leaders, and to learn more about the host city.
JCW austin 2017
Georgetown welcomes alumni, family, and friends of the university for a weekend of social, cultural, and intellectual engagement at John Carroll Weekend Austin 2017. Access some of Austin’s most prestigious venues and historic landmarks as you experience the “Live Music Capital of the World” and engage with fellow Hoyas from around the globe April 20-23, 2017, during four days of specially curated events and excursions.
Dancing through the Minefields: Religious Exemptions, LGBTQ Issues, & Jesuit Higher Education
Georgetown Law professor Nan Hunter (L'75) moderates this panel which will examine the difficult, complex, and creative terrain at the intersections of LGBTQ issues and the concept of “religious exemptions,” particularly as it is played out in Jesuit higher education. Distinguished experts in the fields of law and religion will discuss how institutions grapple with both changing demographics, and shifting cultural, social, and moral mores, and explore how we can remain truthful and relevant to our past for a contemporary world. Panelists include Rosemary Kilkenny (L’87, Parent'06), Vice President of Diversity & Equity at Georgetown; Chester Gillis (Parent'08), Dean of the College and Professor of Theology; and Chai Feldblum, Commissioner, EEOC, and former Georgetown Law Professor. This event is co-sponsored by LGBTQ Resource Center & Georgetown University Law Center.
Find the full schedule of events and register at: jcw.georgetown.edu/2017