Tag Archives: ’91

Alumni Raise High During A-10 Tournament in NYC

On Friday, Mar. 14, GW men’s basketball took to the Barclays Center court as part of the Atlantic 10 Championship — and thousands of alumni, parents and friends were there to support them. At 7:00pm, before the Colonials faced off against the University of Massachusetts, a pregame party took place in the Barclays Center’s 40/40

SEAS Hosts Reception at Society of Women Engineers Conference

On Friday, Oct. 25, GW’s School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS) hosted a reception for alumnae and students during the annual Society of Women Engineers conference in Baltimore, MD. During the event, more than 40 Colonials met for drinks, food, and lively conversation at the Hyatt Regency overlooking the Inner Harbor.  Vicki Gumtow, SEAS

2013 Black Alumni Association IMPACT Awards

On Sept. 28, as part of Alumni Weekend 2013, the GW Black Alumni Association (GWBAA) honored three black alumni and three current students at the annual GWBAA IMPACT Awards ceremony. Given out since 2006, the IMPACT Award is the highest form of recognition bestowed upon distinguished black alumni by the GWBAA Executive Committee.  Each year,

2013 Women & Philanthropy Forum Highlights

On May 9th, the Office of Alumni Relations hosted the 5th annual Women & Philanthropy Forum in Washington, DC. The Forum explores the critically important role that women play in enhancing human welfare through their visionary philanthropy. This year’s keynote speaker was Barbara Harman, executive director of the Harman Family Foundation, and president and editor of the Catalogue

Meet the 2013 Alumni Service Award Honorees

Five alumni, who advance the mission of university through volunteer efforts — ensuring the university’s impact on our community and future generations of students — will be honored on Thursday, April 18, at the 52nd Annual Outstanding Alumni Service Awards.  All alumni are invited to attend the event, hosted by the George Washington Alumni Association. Learn

Dr. Paul Song, SMHS MD ’91

Dr. Paul Song, SMHS MD ’91, has been named the first visiting fellow at the California Department of Insurance (CDI) in Los Angeles, California. “We are fortunate to have Dr. Song’s expertise and the perspective he brings as a physician and healthcare leader,” said insurance commissioner Dave Jones. As a visiting fellow with CDI, Dr.

Kevin Joseph Sheehan, CCAS BA ’91

Kevin Joseph Sheehan, CCAS BA ’91, passed away on Nov. 26, 2012 after a long battle with multiple myeloma. A devout Christian, Sheehan relied on his faith throughout the duration of his illness. Born in Framingham, MA, Sheehan graduated from Massachusetts Bay Community College with a business administration degree. He continued his studies at GW

Ed Moser, ESIA MA ’91

Ed Moser, ESIA MA ’91, has published Foundering Fathers: What Jefferson, Franklin, and Abigail Adams Saw in Modern DC!, a comedy e-book. The book features Thomas Jefferson, Ben Franklin and Abigail Adams–brought back to life by a biotech firm–in contemporary Washington, DC. The idealistic leaders make their mission to restore thrift, common sense, civic virtue,

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