The Red House Dinner Series are monthly conversations that bring together standout Georgetown professors and undergraduate students over a shared meal in the Red House. Dinners are an informal opportunity for students and faculty to talk with each other in an environment outside of office hours or the classroom, and are capped at around 15 people– students and one featured faculty guest– to maintain an intimate atmosphere. Conversations range from faculty research focuses to life stories, and are a great opportunity for students to meet faculty who they otherwise may not encounter in their time at Georgetown.
Started in 2016 by students, the Red House Dinner Series is our flagship student engagement program, and has been crucial in fostering conversations around innovation in higher education within the Georgetown community.
Browse our recaps of previous Dinner Series below. To see a list of all upcoming Dinner Series, click here.
If you are a student, sign up for our Red House Student Network and get first dibs on dinner sign-ups!