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CCAS/LAW Alumnus Named First Asian-American Judge in Virginia

John Tran, CCAS BA ’81, LAW JD ’84 has been appointed to the Fairfax Circuit Court Bench. Tran is the first Asian-American full-time judge to sit on a court of record in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Tran is a partner in the firm of DiMuroGinsberg, P.C. in Alexandria, VA.  The firm practices in the state and

ESIA Alumna Receives Prestigious Award from UCF

Jackie Rodriguez, ESIA BA ’03, has been awarded the “Order of the Pegasus” from the University of Central Florida (UCF).  This award, which recognizes exemplary performance by both undergraduate and graduate students, is the most significant and prestigious that a student can win at the university.  Out of the over 8,000 graduate students who applied,

CCAS Alumnus receives Illinois Bankers Association’s Award

Joshua Glazov, CCAS BA ’92, received the Illinois Bankers Association’s Distinguished Bank Counsel award on June 25, 2013.  Glazov is currently a principal in the Financial Services and Construction Law practice group at the Chicago-based law firm Much Shelist. At the firm, Glazov regularly counsels financial institutions and developers in contracting to design and build

CCAS/SMPA Alumna’s TV Show Wins Daytime Emmy

Darley Newman, CCAS/SMPA BA ’01, hosts the PBS travel series Equitrekking, which won a Daytime Emmy on June 16. Equitrekking is a lifestyle television series that takes viewers on global travel adventures to experience culture, cuisine, history and adventure with local people. This is Equitrekking’s third Daytime Emmy Award win for Outstanding Single Camera Photography

GWSB Alumnus Named President of Rediker Software

Andrew Anderlonis, GWSB BBA ’06, was named president of Massachusetts-based Rediker Software, a student information system company. Prior to this, Anderlonis served at the director of business and operations at Rediker, where he project managed the release of several new products. Rediker Software employs nearly 100 people and serves thousands of elementary, middle and high

ESIA Grad To Lead American Delegation at Y8 Summit in London

Jeremy Iloulian, ESIA BA ’13, has been selected to lead the American delegation to the 2013 Young Americans for Diplomatic Leadership (YADL) Y8 Summit. Iloulian will serve as President, developing and coordinating a national policy that reflects the interests and values of the United States. The Y8 Summit will run from June 24-28 in London,

Law School Entrepreneur Launches Kickstarter Campaign to Fund New Storefront

Yael Krigman, LAW JD ’09, owner of the Washington, DC-based  “Baked by Yael,” is taking her online business to the next level by opening a storefront, which would be DC’s first “cakepoppery.” Baked by Yael specializes in cake pops, which are small balls of cake and frosting mixed together, and dipped in a candy coating.

GSEHD alumnus appointed as president of Silver Lake College

Chris Domes, GSEHD EdD ’09, has been appointed as the 10th president of Silver Lake College of the Holy Family in Manitowoc, Wisconsin. Dr. Domes has been at Marymount University in Arlington, Virginia since 1996. He currently serves as the Vice President for Student Development and Enrollment Management. Dr. Domes will assume his new duties

Stephanie Ricker Schulte, CCAS MA ’02 & PhD ’08

Stephanie Ricker Schulte, CCAS MA ’02 & PhD ’08, published the book Cached: Decoding the Internet in Global Popular Culture. Cached focuses on how people imagine and relate to technology, delving into the political and cultural debates that produced the internet as a core technology able to revise economics, politics, and culture, as well as