Tag Archives: ESIA

Colonial Love Q & A: Rodolfo & Julia

Thanks to Rodolfo De La Cruz, ESIA MA ’14, and Julia De La Cruz, ESIA MA ’15,  for sharing their story! Where did you meet on campus? We met outside the Elliott School building after an econ refresher course, just before the semester started. We slowly got to know each other after that. What were your first

Colonial Love Q & A: Josh and Jordanna Sussman

  Thanks to Joshua Pusateri, GWSB BBA ’10 MA ’13, and Jordanna Sussman, ESIA BA ’10,  for sharing their story! Where did you meet on campus? Seventh Floor of Thurston — our dorm rooms were two doors down from each other. We saw each other frequently in the hallway. What were your first impressions of each other? Josh was

Colonial Love: Kevin & Joe

Thanks to Kevin Hostetler, ESIA BA ’08 and Joe Walker, ESIA BA ’07 for sharing their story with us! In 2004, Kevin Hostetler, ESIA ’08, and Joe Walker, ESIA ’07, were both accepted to the Colonial Cabinet, a group of student leaders that facilitate the transition of new students and their families into the GW

Colonial Love Q & A: Jelle & Amanda

  Thanks to Amanda Quintana, MSPH, MPH ’16, and Jelle Barkema, ESIA MA ’16, for sharing their story with us! Where did you meet on campus? We met off-campus at a campus sponsored event by the Elliott School GSF organization called TNOs or Thursday Night Out. It was my first time attending a TNO since

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

Since graduating from GW, Rose Gottemoeller, 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. “I’m still getting my feet under the table, but

Alumnus Ted Schmitt Uses Big Data to Help Endangered Species

Alumnus Ted Schmitt Uses Big Data to Help Endangered Species 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. Most recently, he has been a key player

Alumnus Receives Prestigious Rhodes Scholarship

Josh Pickar, who received his B.A. from GW in 2014, will study global governance and diplomacy as well as comparative social policy at the University of Oxford. At 22, Josh Pickar has racked up accomplishments quicker than most. He graduated high school early and came to the George Washington University only to, again, graduate early—packing

Colonials in National Races

ell Democratic Sen.-elect Tammy Duckworth, M.A. ’92, unseated Republican Mark Kirk to earn a seat in the U.S. Senate. Tuesday marked an important day for GW alumni who won their respective Congressional races across the country. Five George Washington University alumni have been newly-elected or re-elected to seats in Congress following Tuesday’s general election. Rep.

Alumni Weekend

Colonials Come Back to Campus

Graduates returned to GW for Alumni Weekend, remembering their time in college and making new memories on campus. Dorothy Robinson, B.A. ’01, attended some Alumni Weekend events with old friends she has stayed in touch with long after graduation. College classes and homework have changed a lot in the 15 years since she graduated, she