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If you have friends in the Elliott School of International Affairs, you may find yourself scrambling to find a gift before they jet off.
Elliott School of International Affairs Dean Reuben Brigety held a town hall meeting to openly discuss the results of the election Friday afternoon.
A $750,000 grant from the MacArthur Foundation will fund the full-time fellowship program, which is based in the school’s Nuclear Security Working Group.
Updated: Oct. 31, 2016 at 3:19 p.m. Reuben Brigety, the dean of the Elliott School of International Affairs, will likely become a member of the National Security Education Board, according to a White House press release. The release said President Barack Obama intends to appoint Brigety, as well as other individuals including several professors and […]
Reuben Brigety spoke with students, alumni, and faculty members Thursday evening about the standing of the Elliott school as well as its future direction.
Juan Carlos Pinzon, Colombia’s ambassador to the U.S., spoke with students and faculty members at the Elliott School of International Affairs Tuesday.
Esther Brimmer will help lead the National Association of Foreign Student Advisors after three years as a GW professor.
OAS Assistant Secretary General, H.E. Nestor Mendez, spoke to students and faculty of the Elliott School Tuesday night about the OAS’s hemispheric mission.
Elliott students already take three semesters of economics, and a research methods course. The additional math requirement makes this major too math-heavy.