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Eileen Gale Kugler, CCAS BA ’72

Eileen Gale Kugler, CCAS BA ’72, published her second book, Innovative Voices in Education: What It Takes to Engage Diverse Communities. She served as executive editor of the book, which highlights insights and strategies from 17 leading-edge educators and community leaders that Kugler identified around the world. Kugler is a global speaker and consultant on

Carl Lounsbury, CCAS MA ’77, PhD ’83

Carl Lounsbury, CCAS MA ’77, PhD ’83, recently had two book projects published: a collection of his papers entitled Essays in Early American Architectural History, and Bruton Parish Church: An Architectural History, which honors the three-hundred-year anniversary of the present church in Williamsburg. Lounsbury teaches a summer architectural field school course in the College of

Mauro “Mac” Calcaño, ESIA BA ’71

Mauro “Mac” Calcaño, ESIA BA ’71, is the new vice president of human resources for Dallas Area Rapid Transit. He brings more than 30 years of senior leadership in human resources from such premier brands as Sara Lee Corp., Chiquita Brands International and Timex Group USA Inc.

Peter Grothe, CCAS PhD ’70

Peter Grothe, CCAS PhD ’70, passed away on June 16 at the age of 81. Grothe was an author, educator and philanthropist, and spent 31 years as an adjunct professor at the Monterey Institute of International Studies Graduate School of International Policy Studies. He taught cross-cultural communication and American politics, and served as the director

Randy Levine, CCAS BA ’77 & Michelle Rubin, ESIA BA ’91

Randy Levine, CCAS BA ’77, trustee, and President of the New York Yankees, and Michelle Rubin, ESIA BA ’91, are co-chairs of the George Washington Department of Athletics and Recreation’s new GW Athletics National Advisory Council (GWANAC). The council will provide volunteer and philanthropic leadership to the department by engaging key stakeholders and constituents of

Stephen Haines, GWSB MS ’75

Stephen Haines, GWSB MS ’75, passed away July 2, 2012. As CEO and founder of the Haines Centre for Strategic Management, he was one of the world’s foremost authorities on the application of systems theory to the practical issues of strategy, planning, marketing and organizational change. Haines took academic research and his own and translated systems

Robert Kaplan, GWSB MS ’77

Robert Kaplan, GWSB MS ’77, published his first book, Nakam (Vengeance), the story of Nazi-looted Jewish art restored to the victim’s descendants through covert action. Outraged over anti-Semitism he experienced in Eastern Europe in 2009, Kaplan wrote the historical novel after a chance meeting in Prague with the frustrated great-nephew of a Holocaust victim denied jurisdiction for nine years