- Professor Emeritus of French and International Affairs
Gregory Ludlow is a professor of International Affairs and French who grew up in London during World War II. He later served in the British Army and spent time in France, Canada and New York before coming to GW as a tenure-track assistant professor in 1972.
At GW, Ludlow was assistant dean of CCAS and director of the study abroad program. He sent about 3,000 students to every corner of the world over a 10-year period.