Elliott School Celebrates 25th Anniversary

Twenty-five years ago — in 1988 — GW’s School of International Affairs was renamed in honor of the outgoing president of the university, Lloyd Elliott, and his wife Evelyn.

In 2013, the Elliott School is proud to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the naming of the school as well as the 115th anniversary of the establishment of the first school of international affairs at the George Washington University.

To both celebrate this momentous occasion and honor Lloyd Elliott, who passed away earlier this year, the Elliott School recently hosted an event with the three men who have served as the dean of the Elliott School — Maurice “Mickey” East, Harry Harding, and Michael E. Brown.

Moderated by GW Professor Hope Harrison, the event was both retrospective on the history of international affairs education at GW and a look ahead to U.S. foreign policy over the next four years.

To learn more about the celebration and the “Three Deans” discussion on U.S. foreign policy, read the full recap in the Elliott School’s June 2013 Briefing newsletter.

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