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Triple Alumnus Receives Education Administrators Grant

John L. Cox, CCAS BA ’84, TSPPPA MPA ’86, GSEHD EdD ’10, was recipient of the 2014 Fulbright-Nehru International Education Administrators Grant.  A primary focus of this award involved meeting government and higher education officials to discuss collaborating in India’s plan to pilot 200 community colleges.   Dr. Cox is president of Cape Cod Community College,

Trachtenberg School Honors Outstanding Alumni and Professors

Event Demonstrates School’s Motto of “Doing Good and Doing it Well” When GW’s Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration (TSPPPA) community gather, there’s sure to be some TLAs tossed around (that’s three-letter acronyms for those who don’t speak “government”). The February 21 Trachtenberg School Outstanding Alumni and Teaching Awards Networking Reception was no

GDub Love: More Alumni Valentines!

Last week we introduced you to seven couples who met at or because of GW.  Now, just in time for the 14th, meet five more couples who were inspired to share their GW love stories:   Jennifer Cameron, ’04 & Brad Pfeffer, ’03, ’07 These two Colonials will celebrate their fifth wedding anniversary next month—find

Valentines: Matt & Sarah Haggerty

In fall 2009, during their first week of grad school, Matt Haggerty, TSPPPA MPP ’11, and Sarah (Dieter) Haggerty, CCAS MA ’11, met through GW’s Intervarsity Graduate Christian Fellowship. “Sarah was dating someone else at the time, so we were just friends at first,” says Matt. When that relationship eventually ended, Sarah and Matt continued

Alumna Named Deputy Director of Fellowship Affairs at Council on Foreign Relations

Victoria Alekhine, ESIA BA ’06, TSPPPA MPA ’08, was promoted to deputy director of fellowship affairs at the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) in Aug. 2013. Alekhine works in the organization’s headquarters in New York, NY. Founded in 1921, CFR is an independent, nonpartisan membership organization, think tank and publisher. CFR’s mission is to be

GW Celebrates 50 Years of Public Service Education

Our friends at George Washington Today recently highlighted a celebration of 50 years of public service education at GW: Trachtenberg School welcomes hundreds for weekend events More than 250 alumni, students and faculty gathered on campus last weekend to celebrate the 50th anniversary of public service education at the George Washington University. The celebration –

Datuk George

International Alumnus Receives 2012 Public Service Award

For more than three decades, Datuk Thomas George, TSPPPA MPA ’86, has lead a distinguished public service career. “Being a public administrator gives you the opportunity to serve, and not to think about yourself but to think about the community that you serve,” says George. “We must translate our goals, and visions and dreams into something