W2N 2014 at Lightning Tavern Sept. 30, Interim SFS Dean Reardon-Anderson Guest Lecture at Engine Yard on Oct. 8, GTA Event Oct. 15, and Save the Date for Women's Panel on Nov. 13!

Welcome to the Neighborhood 2014
TuesdaySeptember 30, 6-9pm
Lightning Tavern (owned by Ben Bleiman, '03), Back Patio
1875 Union Street, San Francisco
$3 bottled beers, $4 well drinks, $6 Bud Light + Jameson/Fernet shot, plus appetizers
Raffle prizes too! To register, click here

Come join us in our private space in the pack patio of Hoya-owned Lightning Tavern in the Marina, as we welcome new Hoyas to the City by the Bay! We can't wait for one of our favorite events of the year, and we have a killer one lined up for you this year. The drink specials for the event are $3 bottled beers, $4 well drinks, and $6 beer and a shot special: Bud Light plus Jameson or Fernet! We'll have appetizers available as well, and we'll give out raffle tickets for some great prizes.

Last year, we had over 120 Hoyas show up, and we are looking to have a similar turnout this year! Whether you're new to San Francisco or a veteran looking to reconnect with old friends, come out and join us, it's sure to be a blast.

Interim Dean of the SFS, Jim Reardon-Anderson
Wednesday, October 8, 6-8pm
500 3rd St, Suite 510 (Engine Yard Offices), San Francisco
$20/$15 for club members for the lecture, food, beer, wine 
Tickets limited! To purchase, please click here

The Georgetown Club of Northern California would like to welcome all alumni and friends to attend an exciting guest lecture night lead by Interim Dean of the School of Foreign Service, James Reardon-Anderson.

"The Rise of China as a Global Power"

Dean Reardon-Anderson will discuss how China views itself as a world power and how this impacts its relationship with the rest of the world.
Dean Reardon-Anderson has been a member of the Georgetown faculty since 1985, serving as director of Asian Studies (1992-1995); director of the Master of Science in Foreign Service program (2002-05); and dean of SFS-Qatar. Before coming to Georgetown, he served as director of the Inter-University Program for Chinese Language Studies in Taipei (1980-81, 1988), chief librarian of the C.V. Starr East Asian Library of Columbia University (1982-85), director of the Committee on Scholarly Communication with the People's Republic of China (1990-92). He received his PhD. from Columbia University. Dean Reardon-Anderson is the Sun Yat-Sen Professor of Chinese Studies and author of five books on the history and politics of China. 

Registration: 6:00 PM, Lecture Begins: 6:15PM, Q&A: 7:00 PM, Networking / Mingling: 7:15 PM

Catered appetizers as well as wine, beer, and soft drinks will be provided.

Current Georgetown Club of Northern California have been e-mailed a discount code to receive $5 off the ticket price. If you would like to become a member and receive this code, please follow the instructions on our website here, or e-mail us at norcalhoyas@gmail.com if you are having any difficulty.

Drinking Water from Trees and Pizza Delivered by Uber:
Is Technology Changing Food for the Better?

A Panel Discussion presented by Georgetown Technology Alliance

Wednesday, October 15, 5:30pm-7pm
Dining Commons, Building A, Letterman Digital Arts Center
1 Letterman Drive, San Francisco, CA
For more information and to purchase tickets, please click here.

Save the Date!

The Vital Voice of Women in Driving Social Change:
A Georgetown Alumnae Panel Inspiring a Multi-Generational Conversation about Women's Leadership
November 13, 2014
San Francisco, California
Additional details coming soon

Join us in this exciting discussion as we hear from alumnae who, true to their Georgetown roots, are driving social impact as leaders in their respective industriesHear how Georgetown alumnae are tackling complexities, transforming their industries and the world, and what has made them successful agents for change.

Women in leadership positions are highly collaborative, strategic and resourceful, with focus and passion for mission- and values-based work. These unique skills are more critical than ever before, making women leaders uniquely poised to take on the issues of our time.

Co-sponsored by: The Georgetown University Alumni Association, the Georgetown Tech Alliance, and the Georgetown Club of Northern California

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