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The Washington Quarterly Winter 2017 Issue

The Winter 2017 issue of The Washington Quarterly titled, "The Trump Phenomenon," features articles discussing the President-Elect's 2016 campaign as well as what faces the incoming administration at home and abroad.

Recent News

Ambassador Laura Holgate

Ambassador Laura Holgate joins the Institute for International Science and Technology Policy as a distinguished Visiting Scholar

Amb. Laura Holgate has just returned from her appointment as Ambassador to the UN Mission to International Organizations in Vienna, Austria and will join us at IISTP for the coming year.

Dean Brigety speaks at the Robinson Memorial Lecture

General Roscoe Robinson Memorial Lecture

Dean Reuben E. Brigety spoke at the lecture on Diversity and Public Service at The University Club in Pittsburgh, PA.

Ky Luu, IDRHA Director

New Initiative to Strengthen Disaster Resilience in Developing Countries

The Elliott School of International Affairs announces the Initiative for Disaster Resilience and Humanitarian Affairs, an interdisciplinary effort to educate, train, and quip leaders to prevent, prepare, and respond to disasters.

Spotlight on Students and Alumni

Elliott School students Anna Hedlund ('17) and Madeline Beecher ('17)

Elliott School Students Witness Life on the Border

Recently, Elliott School students Anna Hedlund ('17) and Madeline Beecher ('17) set out for a trip of a lifetime, witnessing first hand border control activities in El Paso, Texas and Ciudad Juarez, Mexico.

Rose Gottemoeller, MA '81

Rose Gottemoeller, MA '81, is passionate about science and government

Since graduating from GW, Rose Gottemoeller, ESIA MA ’81, has been changing the world—literally. Rose is the Deputy Secretary General of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), a position she took up in October 2016. She is the first woman and second American to hold this title.

Ted Schmitt, MA '06

Can Big Data Save the Elephants?

Ted Schmitt, ESIA MA ’06, is not your average conservationist. A technology wizard living in Seattle and working for Vulcan Inc., Schmitt wields big data as a weapon in the fight to protect the Earth’s threatened species.

Commencement 2017

Information on Commencement 2017.

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