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Kristen Freeland

Kristen Freeland, Reunion Volunteer

This year during Alumni Weekend,  the Class of 2009 is celebrating their five year reunion. We thought we’d ask Kristen Freeland, CCAS BA ’09 a few questions about her experience both as a reunion volunteer and a GW alumna. Kristen was in the Columbian College Interior Design Program, and currently works as the Design Manager

Business

Alix Fraser

Q&A with Alumni Author of The Networking Manifesto

Alix Fraser, ESIA MA ’11, recently wrote The Networking Manifesto, an e-book filled with tips and tricks relating to networking and finding a job. We asked him a few questions about his time at GW and to share some insight for alumni and students alike. What does being a GW alumnus mean to you? Being

Entertainment

Classical Acting Alum Appears on Stage, Screen & More

At age nineteen, Thomas Keegan, CCAS MFA ’10, first read the play Fool for Love by Sam Shepard and thought, “Someday, I’d love to perform this story.” This September, he’ll be doing just that at Maryland’s Roundhouse Theatre—and Keegan says GW’s Academy of Classical Acting (ACA) program helped him get there. An intensive, one-year master

Politics

Double Alumnus Runs for Seat in MN House

Making a difference in the world is common goal for many in the GW community—including Jon Tollefson, ESIA BA ’05, MA ’08, who recently announced that he is running for a seat in the Minnesota House of Representatives. Tollefson is running to succeed retiring State Representative John Benson in Minnesota House District 44B, which represents

Lifestyle

photo credit: Ron Colbroth

From Numbers to Watercolors, an Alumna’s Story

As an undergraduate student at GW in the 1960s, Alexandra Tolstoy, CCAS BA ’68, CCAS MA ’72 remembers taking a class in matrix theory. Although she worked really hard to understand the subject, she bombed the first exam. Confused, she approached the professor and explained how hard she had worked. “I am sure he had

Tech

SEAS Alum: ‘Predictive Analytics is the Future’

Anasse Bari, SEAS MS ’10, CERT ’12, PhD ’12, a visiting professor in GW’s School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS), is making a name for himself in the field of predictive analytics (PA); he recently co-authored the book Predictive Analytics for Dummies. Bari’s research focuses on predictive analytics with applications on social networks analytics,

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