External Affairs Newsletter #4

Welcome back everyone to a new semester of GBC! We have a lot planned for you all and can’t wait to get started on our Spring programming. For those of you who are new members, this is our External Affairs Newsletter, where each month we let you know about exciting upcoming virtual events and interesting political resources from across the web. This month many of the most interesting political events happen to be hosted by Georgetown itself, but most newsletters include more non-GU events. If you have any suggestions, or would like to get involved in the newsletter’s production, please email GBC at bipartisancoalition@georgetown.edu or GBC Director of External Affairs Grace Eggleston at ge152@georgetown.edu. A special shout out to Jacqueline for helping to put this newsletter together!

Webinar: Georgetown University Walsh School of Foreign Service, “Democracy Now and Next: Session 2- Institutions Critical to Democracy: What is Needed Now?” 

Tune into the second installment of the Democracy Now and Next web series from the Master of Science in Foriegn Service program on Tuesday, February 9 from 12:00 – 1:00 PM EST. The discussion will be moderated by Amb. Sarah Mendelson. 

Register for the webinar here

Webinar: The Brookings Institute, “Reconciling and Healing America”

Tune into this webinar from the  Brookings Institute on Tuesday, Feb 09, 2021 from 2:00 PM-4:30 PM EST to hear a discussion on the challenge to policy-making posed by polarization and extremism in the US. Speakers will include former Texas Speaker of the House Joe Straus and Eaton Professor of Government at Harvard University Daniel Ziblatt. 

Register for the webinar here. 

Webinar: Georgetown Institute of Politics and Public Service at the McCourt School of Public Policy, “A Conversation With the Problem Solvers Caucus” 

Tune into this webinar co-hosted by The Institute of Politics and Public Service, Punchbowl News and… our very own Georgetown Bipartisan Coalition on Wednesday, February 10 4:30-5:30 p.m. EST for a conversation with House Problem Solvers Caucus co-chairs Rep. Josh Gottheimer (NJ-5) and Rep. Tom Reed (NY-23). 

Register for the webinar here

Research: The Lugar Center and Georgetown University’s McCourt School of Public Policy, “the Bipartisan Index” 

Want to know which members of Congress are most likely to work across the aisle? Check out this non-partisan index by the Lugar Center and Georgetown University’s McCourt School of ranking of how often each Member of Congress works across party lines.

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