Category: International Diplomacy

International Diplomacy Students Experience Commitment In Action

One activity that each NSLC program does, regardless of its primary topic, is Commitment In Action. #NSLCINTL students learned firsthand what it means […]

International Diplomacy in NYC, Day 2

#NSLCINTL students were briefed today on the various aspects of terrorism and how the United Nations is working towards addressing these various aspects […]

International Diplomacy in NYC, Day 1

#NSLCINTL students are taking a break from Washington D.C. to visit the Big Apple! During their two-day excursion, the students are visiting fun […]

International Diplomacy Students Participate in Security Council Opening Debates

#NSLCINTL students participate in a mock security council activity, in which each student represents a country in a debate about issues diplomats and […]

International Diplomacy & Mastering Leadership Students Visit the US Department of State

#NSLCINTL and #NSLCMAST students had the chance to visit the United States Department of State today. They met with Mr. Peter Howard of […]

Session 2 Students Arrive

#NSLCLAWA, #NSLCINTL & #NSLCMAST students have arrived on campus! To view more photos of their opening ceremonies or opening TA groups, check out […]

Session 2 Registration Day!

Welcome to the blog for the NSLC at Georgetown University! (also known online as #NSLCatGU) Session 2 starts today, and our students have […]

International Diplomacy Students Finish World Simulation Projects

#NSLCINTL students have been hard at work creating new countries this week in their world simulations. Each group had to use their newfound […]

International Diplomacy Students Visit the United Nations in NYC

#NSLCINTL students visited the United Nations in New York City today to take tours and learn more about the UN’s work with the […]

International Diplomacy Students Learn About Global Food Disparity

#NSLCINTL students learned about food inequality in a simulation designed to show the students how many people in the world (800 million) are […]