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ANNUAL REPORT 2006/2007

The ellioTT School

oF iNTeRNATioNAl AFFAiRS


Mission

The mission of The ellioTT school of inTernaTional affairs is:

• To educate the next generation of international leaders

• To conduct research and produce scholarship that advances understanding of important global issues

• To engage the public and the policy community in the United States and around the world,

thereby fostering international dialogue and shaping policy solutions

our mission is to create knowledge, share wisdom and inspire action to make our world a better place.


A

recent survey of scholars ranked the Elliott School’s undergraduate and graduate

programs in the top 10. Only five schools in the world were ranked this highly in

both categories. It’s an impressive club.

It’s also an important club. The issues we study at the Elliott School—ranging from war and

peace to poverty and development—affect the lives of billions of our fellow human beings.

Powerful international dynamics—population growth, rising levels of resource consumption,

the expansion of the global economy, mounting environmental challenges—will shape the

world in the decades ahead. Wise policy and effective international cooperation will be more

important than ever. At the Elliott School, the study of international affairs is not an abstract

exercise. Our aim is to make our world a better place.

The Elliott School is in a unique position to make a difference. Our location in the heart of

Washington, DC—just steps from some of the most influential U.S., international and nongovernmental

organizations in the world—enriches our teaching and research, and it provides

us with unmatched opportunities to engage the U.S. and international policy communities.

The Elliott School is special, not just because of where we are, but who we are. As you will

see in this Annual Report, our scholars, students and alumni are extraordinarily talented

and dedicated, united by a passion for international affairs and a commitment to others,

and they are accomplishing great things. The Elliott School community is one of the largest

networks of international affairs experts in the world, and this further magnifies our impact

on the world.

I am grateful to the members of the Elliott School community for their exceptional

commitment to our collective endeavors. I am especially grateful to our many donors for

their generous support of this wonderful and important institution. Gifts from donors are

having transformational effects on our students and faculty, on our teaching and research,

and on our ability to make a difference in the world.

Michael E. Brown

Dean, Elliott School of International Affairs

A MessAge

froM the DeAn


Educating thE nExt gEnEration

of intErnational lEadErs

eDucAtion

In the 21st century, international decision makers will need cross-disciplinary knowledge,

cross-cultural perspectives, keen minds and compassionate hearts. At the Elliott School, we

prepare our students for this future. Undergraduates study an interdisciplinary liberal arts

program that draws on anthropology, culture, economics, geography, history, languages,

political science, science and technology. Graduate students combine rigorous academic

courses with professional training, including skills courses on topics ranging from political

analysis to leadership. Students come to the Elliott School from many different parts of the

globe. They leave the Elliott School prepared to make a difference.


eDucAting the next generAtion

of internAtionAl leADers

The ellioTT school earns

disTincTion

A March 2007 survey of scholars published in Foreign

Policy magazine recognized the Elliott School’s

excellence. This survey ranked our undergraduate

programs as number 10 in the United States and

our graduate programs as number seven. Only five

schools in the country merited top 10 recognition

in both categories: Columbia, Georgetown, Harvard,

Princeton and The George Washington University.

Our students earned numerous honors in 2006-2007.

Within GW, Krystin Borgognone received the Sitter

Scholarship, Yonit lax received the Distinguished

Scholar Award, roman Balin received the Wilbur

J. Carr Prize, Zoe cooprider received the Elliott

School Alumni Association Prize and ryan John

demerlis received the GW Alumni Association Prize.

Our students also achieved national distinction.

Undergraduates nicole aguirre, Jessica chen,

emily domonkos, clara shea, Thao anh Tran and

graduates asal esfahani and scott Van alstine were

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named National Security Education Program David

L. Boren Scholars. The U.S. Department of State and

Council of American Overseas Research awarded two

Elliott School juniors, neil Padukone and celeste

Powers, summer scholarships to study Arabic.

clayton mccleskey received a German Academic

Exchange Service award to study in Germany.

Undergraduates emily domonkos, mary Beth doran

and Jennifer schuch-Page received Freeman Awards

for study in Asia, and graduate students mei lu, hui

sun, Xinmu Tan, son-Taek Wang, Peng Bai, Zhuoxia

chen and liang Wang received Freeman Fellowships

for study at the Elliott School.

Six undergraduates—mehdi alhassani, erin

Bullinger, lisa decerchio, ekuike falorca,

Katherine hild and sara rhodin—and graduate

student Brian harding received Fulbright

Fellowships to work and study in Germany, the

Philippines, Jordan, Korea, Russia, Estonia and

Indonesia. matthew Graham and Jennifer hebets

won Rotary Foundation Ambassadorial Scholarships

to study in the United Kingdom and Egypt.

“When I first came to GW, I established immediately that GW students

were competitive with those from any school in the country. I have

thoroughly enjoyed teaching them for the past 35 years, in many instances

becoming their friend for a lifetime. There is no greater satisfaction than

seeing them succeed. I’m thrilled to win the Harry Harding teaching award

and thank the Elliott School and especially the students for this honor.”

— Professor henry nau delivered the closing address at the Elliott School’s

commencement ceremony. He received the first annual Harry Harding Teaching Prize.


Our alumni are leaders in their fields. John cloud,

Jr. (MA’77) was appointed U.S. ambassador to the

Republic of Lithuania. randall fort (BA’78) was

named assistant secretary of state for intelligence

and research. marc lacey became Mexican bureau

chief for The New York Times. marisa lino (MA’72)

was appointed assistant secretary for international

affairs in the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

James Quigley (BA’82) was appointed chairman of

Merrill Lynch International.

In 2006-2007, two Elliott School faculty members

received awards for excellence in teaching. The

Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of

Teaching and the Council for Advancement and

Support of Education named elizabeth chacko the

2006 district of columbia Professor of the Year.

henry nau received the first annual harry harding

Teaching Prize in recognition of his sustained

excellence in teaching and his extraordinary

contributions to students.

elizabeth chacko was named DC Professor of the Year.

a disTinGuished faculTY GroWs

The Elliott School hired new scholars and senior

practitioners in 2006-2007. The school welcomed

christopher Kojm, former deputy director of the

9/11 Commission and senior advisor to the Iraq

Study Group, and holger schmidt, who specializes

in conflict and transnational security. Visiting

faculty included amb. John miller, former member

of Congress and senior policymaker specializing

in human trafficking; martin sherwin, Pulitzer

Prize-winning biographer and expert on the Cuban

Missile Crisis; and Paul Williams, conflict resolution

specialist.

The school hired four new scholars—ilana feldman,

adina friedman, marc lynch and shira robinson—

in preparation for the launch of our new MA in

Middle East Studies in September 2007. The Elliott

School also appointed nora lustig, former head

of the United Nations Development Programme

Poverty Group and an expert on development

economics, as the school’s J.B. and Maurice C.

Shapiro visiting professor. Lustig is the first

“Though I went on to get an MBA from Wharton, it was GW that fostered my love for international

affairs and international economics, leading me to work all over the globe. Thus, giving to GW was an

easy decision. I wanted to make sure other students could benefit from a GW education the way I had.

My professors were experts in their fields, whether that field was academia, government or industry.

The District of Columbia was my university. I traveled to international law libraries, the Library of

Congress and any relevant institute to do research for courses. Averell Harriman, diplomat, statesman

and former U.S. ambassador to the Soviet Union, led my small group seminar. His wife, Pamela

Harriman, sat in the back of the room for every class. I was in the center of the political universe!

When my daughter was ready to go to college, we decided we wanted to start a family tradition,

mother then daughter, at GW. Maybe if I have a granddaughter, she will continue the tradition.”

— Julia Gregory (BA’74) is executive vice president and chief financial officer of Lexicon Pharmaceuticals, Inc.,

a drug discovery company of the post-genome era. She is an alumna and donor, member of the

Elliott School’s International Council and parent of a recent Elliott School graduate.

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woman to hold this appointment. Former Shapiro

professors at the Elliott School include Amb.

Edward Gnehm, Leon Fuerth, Amb. James Sasser

and Abba Eban.

These professors join more than 135 full-time

faculty members, more than 100 part-time

instructors and senior policymakers who bring

expertise and experience into our classrooms.

sTudenTs learn inside The

classroom and ouT

On campus, our diverse student body enriches

our community and the education we provide.

Our students come from 49 states, the District

of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands,

56 countries and countless ethnic groups. They

are recent high school and college graduates,

young members of the workforce and seasoned

professionals. Our mid-career master’s program

included diplomats from the Chinese Ministry of

Foreign Affairs and the office of the president of the

Krystin Borgognone, the 2007 Sitter scholar, worked for the law firm Dickstein Shapiro,

Congressman Vito Fossella’s office, the Capital Area Immigration Rights Coalition and the

National Italian American Foundation while completing her degree in international affairs

and Italian. She also served as the president of GW’s Italian Cultural Society and as a peer

tutor, and studied abroad in Italy and Ghana.

Elliott School alumnus charles r. sitter established The Sitter Scholarship in 1997

to honor outstanding Elliott School students who have worked 25–30 hours a week

throughout their studies.

“GW provided me with the opportunity to earn my degree under unusual circumstances.

It is important to me to give back to the university that helped me become successful

and to help current students in similar situations succeed as well.”

— charles r. sitter (BA’54) former president, Exxon Corporation

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Lecturers in the distinguished Women in international affairs series for 2006-2007 were (L-R)

amb. hunaina sultan ahmed al mughairy, nancy Birdsall, dana Priest and Paula dobriansky.

Czech Republic; a New York Times correspondent and

a journalist from the Xinhua News Agency.

Our students do not simply read about newsmakers;

they meet and question them directly. For instance,

our distinguished Women in international affairs

series hosted Paula dobriansky, under secretary

of state for democracy and global affairs; dana

Priest, Pulitzer Prize-winning correspondent for

The Washington Post; omani ambassador hunaina

sultan ahmed al mughairy, the first female

ambassador from an Arab country to the United

States; and nancy Birdsall, president of the Center

for Global Development.

Students also learn off campus by engaging the

larger Washington, DC community. Two students

of European and Eurasian studies, Kate hall and

stephen mintz, presented their proposals for the

future of the European Union to 27 ambassadors

at the German Embassy. A class assignment on

enhancing student exchange programs through

technology resulted in an invitation for alberto


lucini, elizabeth ruedy and Becca smith to present

their recommendations to public diplomacy officials

at the U.S. Department of State.

The Elliott School’s incomparable location allows

students to gain hands-on experience in their

areas of study. Undergraduate students pursued

internships at many organizations, including: U.S.

Departments of State, Commerce, Defense and

Treasury; Export-Import Bank; Heritage Foundation;

Human Rights Campaign; Jane’s Information Group;

U.S.-China Business Council; and the Woodrow

Wilson Center. To prepare undergraduates for professional

life after GW, the Career Center provided

resume writing and interview workshops and campus

interviews with employers.

At the graduate level, more than 75 percent of our

students complemented their studies with internships

or paid employment. The Elliott School’s

Graduate Student Career Development center provided

alumni mentoring, resume critiques, site visits

to employers, career fairs, online career listings and

Ginger Thompson (MIPP’07),

New York Times journalist and

Pulitzer Prize winner, joined

other professionals from around

the world in the mid-career MIPP

program.

alberto lucini, Becca smith

and elizabeth ruedy (L-R)

presented their class assignment

to officials in the State

Department’s Office of Public

Diplomacy and Public Affairs.

nathan Brown speaks with visiting Jordanian students who

met with Elliott School students studying the Middle East.

workshops that teach networking, job search strategies,

interviewing skills and salary negotiations. It

engaged employers through on-campus interviews

and company site visits. Employer visits to the school

increased 162 percent over the previous year.

An Elliott School education extends across the globe,

giving students direct knowledge of other cultures

and perspectives. In 2006-2007, 377 undergraduates

and 51 graduate students studied in 47 countries.

International development studies program students

worked on aid organization projects in Bolivia,

Ghana, honduras, india, Kenya, liberia, mexico,

sierra leone, Tanzania and uganda, gaining

valuable experience on the front lines of economic

development. Our students also benefited from

exposure to the hundreds of international students

at GW, and the 60 students from 29 countries who

joined our graduate programs as full-time degree

students, exchange students or through our master

of international studies (MIS) dual-degree program.

The MIS allows students to earn degrees from elite

foreign universities as well as the Elliott School.

Kate hall was interviewed

by Duetsche Welle radio,

after her presentation at

the German Embassy.

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Study abroad students at Elliott School partner

Sciences Po in Paris, France, took a trip to

Normandy during their semester abroad.

an ellioTT school educaTion

PrePares TomorroW’s leaders

Many of the challenges the world confronts today

were not on the radar screen a generation ago, from

the information revolution to climate change to

China’s rise as an international power. The Elliott

School constantly updates its curriculum to prepare

students for the intellectual and professional

challenges of the 21st century. In 2006-2007, the

Elliott School added new courses on Political islam,

energy and national security, human Trafficking,

fragile and Transition states, Policy options in

macroeconomic crises and War and conflict in

africa, among others. We also added new capstone

courses for graduate students on interagency

cooperation in the U.S. federal government and

on evaluating risk in emerging markets, and we

expanded our professional skills curriculum with new

courses on analyzing international economic data,

administration of elections and Political analysis.

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so We looK forWard

The Elliott School will further enhance our academic

excellence by:

Hiring new full-time faculty in international

economics, international security, geography

and regional studies

Strengthening our regional studies programs

Reviewing and improving our undergraduate

curriculum

Developing a new master’s program on global

communication

Finalizing a partnership with a major university

in Africa

Raising funds for student scholarships and

fellowships, especially for students from

developing countries


In 2006-2007, 16 Elliott School students received

richardson family foundation international

internship Grants to help them participate in

unpaid internships abroad.

The Richardson Family Foundation

is pleased to support the innovation,

passion and commitment of Elliott

School students to ensure a vibrant

economic future for the international

community. We are proud to provide

students with opportunities that

would not otherwise be open to them.”

— ian Brough, Richardsons Capital LLP

International Development Studies students spend

two weeks of their final semester conducting field

research for their capstone projects. Elliott School

International Council member Noah Samara supports

these research trips.

“I am proud to sponsor the International

Development Studies capstone, a great example

of theory meeting practice. Students have a

chance to help those in need while learning.”

— noah samara (fourth from right)

chairman & CEO, WorldSpace, Inc.

ellioTT school ParTner uniVersiTies

During the past academic year, the Elliott School added three new

universities to its global network, increasing the number of partners

to 18 universities. Our new partners are: Jawaharlal Nehru University,

India; European University at St. Petersburg, Russia; and Carlton

University, Canada.

australia: university of sydney

argentina: universidad torcuato Di tella

Brazil: universidade federal de santa catarina

canada: carleton university

china: fudan university

china: university of hong Kong

france: institut d’Études politiques de paris (sciences po)

Germany: freie universität Berlin

india: Jawaharlal nehru university

Japan: Waseda university

Korea: ewha Womans university

lebanon: American university of Beirut

netherlands: universiteit Maastricht

russia: european university at st. petersburg

singapore: national university of singapore

switzerland: institut universitaire de hautes Études internationales

(hei)

Turkey: Bog _ aziçi university

united Kingdom: london school of economics and political science

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advancing undErstanding

of global issuEs

reseArch

Expert scholars, dynamic research institutes and a commitment to creating and sharing

knowledge combine to make the Elliott School a leading institution for the analysis of

important global issues. Drawing on individual and collaborative research, our faculty

develops innovative analyses that sharpen international affairs debates. Our research

institutes facilitate this work, bringing together leading thinkers from academic and policy

communities. These intellectual centers contribute vital knowledge on issues ranging from

the dynamics of major world regions to international economic policy and international

security problems. Complex questions demand smart answers. Our scholars provide them.


conDucting reseArch

on gloBAl issues

research creaTes KnoWledGe

In 2006-2007, our faculty members published

hundreds of books, scholarly articles and policy

essays related to international affairs. hossein

askari published Middle East Oil Exporters: What

Happened to Economic Development? (Edward

Elgar). Jennifer Brinkerhoff co-edited Converting

Migration Drains into Gains: Harnessing the Resources

of Overseas Professionals (Asian Development

Bank). amitai etzioni published Security First: For a

Muscular, Moral Foreign Policy (Yale). James lebovic

published Deterring International Terrorism and

Rogue States: U.S. National Security Policy After 9/11

(Routledge). steven livingston co-authored When

the Press Fails: Political Power and the News Media

from Iraq to Katrina (Chicago). Kristin lord published

The Perils and Promise of Global Transparency: Why

the Information Revolution May Not Lead to Security,

Democracy, or Peace (SUNY). Walter reich coauthored

State of the Struggle: Report on the Battle

against Global Terrorism (Council on Global Terrorism

and Brookings Institution).

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Faculty members received numerous honors in

2006-2007. James Goldgeier held the Henry

Kissinger chair at the U.S. Library of Congress and

then resided as a fellow at the Woodrow Wilson

Center. henry hale won the American Political

Science Association’s 2007 Leon Epstein Prize.

dina Khoury received a Guggenheim award for

her research on Iraq. George moose received a

fellowship from Harvard’s Institute of Politics. holger

schmidt was awarded a grant by the Sweden-based

Folke Bernadotte Academy for a project on United

Nations conflict management. ronald spector was a

Fulbright visiting professor at the National University

of Singapore. emmanuel Teitelbaum won the 2007

American Political Science Association’s Gabriel A.

Almond Award for the best doctoral dissertation in

the field of comparative politics.

With support from GW’s board of trustees, the Elliott

School created a new research and policy program on

diaspora communities; hosted major conferences on

topics such as microfinance, deterring rogue states,

and Islamic political movements; and launched an

event series on the future of democracy.

michael moore dina Khoury James Goldgeier amb. david shinn


analYsis informs PolicY

Our faculty’s policy analyses inform policymaking

and decision making. nathan Brown published

“Living with Palestinian Democracy” in Carnegie

Policy Brief and “Palestine: Hamas in Power” in Arab

Reform Bulletin. cynthia mcclintock and James

lebovic published an article on democracy in Latin

American Politics and Society. amb. John miller

published “Does ‘Freedom’ Mean Freedom from

Slavery?” in the National Review. michael moore

published an analysis of U.S. anti-dumping decisions

in the European Journal of Political Economy. marie

Price and Lisa Benton-Short co-authored “Counting

Immigrants in Cities across the Globe” in Migration

Information Source.

Elliott School faculty exchanged insights and

expertise through conferences, seminars and

workshops. harry harding served on a Council

on Foreign Relations task force that produced the

report “U.S.-China Relations: An Affirmative Agenda,

A Responsible Course.” John logsdon spoke about

miriam Bates, who received an MA in European and Eurasian studies in

2007, won the Elliott School’s John henry cowles Prize, which recognizes

the student with the best overall scholastic achievement and leadership

potential. Bates now works at the Department of Defense, where she focuses

on European affairs.

international cooperation in space exploration at

the International Astronautical Congress in Valencia,

Spain. Jerrold Post gave presentations at the National

Defense University. amb. david shinn testified before

the Senate Subcommittee on African Affairs.

our research looKs forWard

The Elliott School will continue to promote

international affairs research by:

Launching two new research centers, the Institute

for International Economic Policy and the Institute

for Middle East Studies, in fall 2007

Preparing to launch a new Institute for Security

and Conflict Studies in 2008-2009

Seeking named endowments for our

research institutes

Pursuing funding to expand support for

faculty research, scholarly collaboration

and visiting scholars

James lebovic cynthia mcclintock ronald spector henry hale

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center for internAtionAl science

AnD technology policy

The Center for International Science and Technology

Policy (CISTP) examines the impact of science and

technology on international affairs. CISTP conducts

research and policy analysis on comparative science

and technology policies; technology and industry;

the role of information technology in international

politics; national research and development

programs; and space policy.

science and TechnoloGY shaPe

our fuTure

Research by CISTP faculty examined key issues

involving science and technology policy. henry

farrell published “Regulating Information Flows:

States, Private Actors and E-Commerce” in the

Annual Review of Political Science, and wrote blog

posts on the impact of communication technologies

on politics. david Grier published a monthly

column in Computer magazine and served as

editor-in-chief of the IEEE (Institute of Electrical

and Electronics Engineers) Annals of the History of

Computing. henry hertzfeld published “The Case

John logsdon, director of the space Policy institute, received

the Barry m. Goldwater space educator award of the American

Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics.

Professor logsdon (center) served as a member of the NASA

Advisory Council, the space agency’s top advisory group, and is

featured with fellow NASA Advisory Council members Apollo 11

astronaut neil armstrong (right) and Apollo 17 astronaut and

former senator harrison (Jack) schmitt.

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for Multinational Private Sector Cooperation in

Developing New Launch Vehicle Technology” in

Space Policy. CISTP Director nicholas Vonortas

co-edited Knowledge Flows in European Industry

(Routledge). ray Williamson published “The Moon

is a Land without Sovereignty: Will it be a Business-

Friendly Environment?” in the U.S. Air Force’s High

Frontier Journal. Space Policy Institute Director

John logsdon co-edited Collective Security in Space:

European Perspectives (Space Policy Institute, 2007).

The space Policy institute also convened the first

multilateral conference in the Asia-Pacific region

on “collective security in space” and will publish

conference papers in a forthcoming book.

CISTP encouraged the professional development

of the next generation of science and technology

policy leaders. In March 2007, the seventh annual

Graduate student conference, which CISTP hosted

with George Mason University, Virginia Tech and

Arizona State University, welcomed 90 students from

around the world to exchange ideas.


cisTP analYsis shaPes PolicY

CISTP faculty evaluated the research and

development programs of government agencies

in the United States and abroad. Clients included

Greece’s ministry of development, nasa, the

national institutes of standards and Technology

and the u.s. department of energy and programs

in the european union, Japan and Korea. nicholas

Vonortas also co-authored a report for the European

Union on entrepreneurship, innovation and the

information society.

Elliott School students produced incisive policy

analyses of their own. A report on the opportunities

and challenges of “Near Earth Objects” was used

by a blue-ribbon group drafting an international

agreement for the United Nations Committee on the

Peaceful Uses of Outer Space.

Space policy students had

the opportunity to meet

with NASA Administrator

michael Griffin, the American

Museum of Natural History’s

Hayden Planetarium Director

neil deGrasse Tyson,

Apollo 9 astronaut rusty

schweikardt, National

Security Council Director for

Space Policy Phil ritcheson

and others.

CISTP MA student audrey schaffer (MA’07, second from

right), a Boeing award winner, with colleagues at NASA.

cisTP encouraGes dialoGue amonG

scholars and The PuBlic

CISTP advanced understanding of science and

technology policy among experts and the general

public. CISTP hosted workshops for the Korea

science and engineering foundation and Korean

institute for science and Technology evaluation

and Planning.

CISTP launched a seminar series on the Politics and

Policy of information and continued to host the

Technology and innovation seminar. Other seminar

topics included “Do Visas Kill? The Development

Effects of Skilled-Worker Emigration from Africa”

and “The Puzzling Politics of Entrepreneurial State

Economic Development Policy.”

Visiting scholars from Brazil, china, hungary, Korea,

mexico, norway, sweden and the united Kingdom

and officers from the U.S. Department of State and

U.S. Air Force worked at the center.

The space Policy institute has been a leading voice in the international space community since

1987. The Boeing Company has supported the institute since its earliest days. Boeing’s support has

funded a range of activities, such as research, dinner discussions for the Washington space policy

community, workshops and conferences. Over the past two years, Boeing has donated $40,000 for

student scholarships. audrey schaffer, a Boeing fellow who earned her MA in international science and

technology policy this spring, interned at NASA’s Exploration Systems Missions Directorate, and upon

graduation was accepted as a Presidential Management Fellow.

“We’re happy to have played a role in supporting training for exceptional students

interested in pursuing careers in space policy and management. We know

that the Space Policy Institute provides a unique educational experience.”

— roger Krone, president of Boeing Network and Space Systems

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Numerous organizations

funded CISTP’s research,

including: the Greek

ministry of development,

u.s. office of naval

research, the macarthur

foundation, nasa,

the national oceanic

and atmospheric

administration and the

rockefeller foundation.

The Space Policy Institute

received support for its

activities from Boeing,

lockheed martin, The

aerospace corporation

and the united space

alliance.


James millar and the millar family fund

institute for europeAn,

russiAn AnD eurAsiAn stuDies

The Institute for European, Russian and Eurasian

Studies (IERES) sponsors innovative undergraduate

and graduate teaching programs, research and collaboration

with the global academic and policy communities.

Twenty full-time faculty members, visiting

scholars, student fellows and research assistants

study the history, politics, economies, societies and

cultures of this diverse, dynamic region.

scholars analYZe a reGion

in TransiTion

IERES faculty members published research that

advanced understanding of Europe, Eurasia and

Russia. henry hale contributed a chapter on the

political, economic and social dynamics of postcommunist

transition in Patrons, Clients, and Policies

(Cambridge). elliot Posner published “Sources of

Institutional Change: The Supranational Origins

of Europe’s New Stock Markets” in World Politics.

James millar published a chapter on “Putin and the

Economy” in Putin’s Russia (Rowman and Littlefield).

The Millar Family Fund was established in April 2007 to honor professor

James Millar and his two children Leo Schaeg Millar and Mira Millar

Brownfield. Mira graduated from GW’s School of Education and Human

Development in 1998. Tragically, Leo was killed in an automobile accident

the day before his graduation from Oberlin College in 1988. The fund will

support research by faculty and students associated with IERES.

The Millar family chose to create a program that would honor

Jim Millar’s commitment to academic research. We hope that

the Millar Family Fund will continue Jim’s important legacy

of encouraging research by faculty and students.”

— Gera millar and mira millar Brownfield

James millar (center) with dean Brown and hope harrison

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sharon Wolchik co-wrote “Favorable Conditions and

Electoral Revolutions” in the Journal of Democracy.

IERES also supported student research. IERES and

The George Washington Cold War group (GWCW)

hosted the annual international Graduate student

conference on the cold War. Nineteen Ph.D.

students, selected from a pool of 75 applicants,

presented papers. The conference received generous

support from the henry luce foundation.

Our faculty earned recognition from numerous

organizations. daina eglitis won a Fulbright grant

to lecture on comparative sociology at Riga Stradins

University in Latvia. henry hale won a Fulbright grant

to conduct research on Russia’s presidential election in

Moscow. James hershberg continued to serve on the

editorial board of the Cold War International History

Project Bulletin and to edit the Cold War International

History Project Book Series. James millar won the

American Association for the Advancement of Slavic

Studies’ Distinguished Contributions to Slavic Studies

Award in 2006 for his lifelong dedication to the study

of Soviet and Russian economics.


ieres faculTY eValuaTes PolicY

ToWard euroPe, russia and eurasia

IERES faculty members contributed to current

policy debates. James Goldgeier co-authored

“Global NATO” in Foreign Affairs with Ivo Daalder.

Taras Kuzio published op-eds on Ukraine in The

Washington Post, The Washington Times, UPI, The

Ukraine Observer and the Kyiv Post. Kristine offerdal

published opinion essays in Images of Russia: New

Op-ed Articles on Neighbors in the North (Fridtjof

Nansen Institute, Norway).

IERES experts provided informed and intelligent

commentary. National Public Radio, Radio Sweden

and Vatican Radio interviewed harvey feigenbaum

on U.S.-French relations and the French elections.

James Goldgeier was interviewed by BBC, Fox News,

Al-Jazeera English and Reuters on Russian politics.

hope harrison, director of IERES, appeared on CNN’s

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer to discuss

Russia’s growing power as an energy provider. James

millar discussed Russia on CNN International.

Joanna Brucker, an IERES student fellow, won the hart award for George

Washington University’s best undergraduate thesis in anthropology. Brucker’s

research drew from her experience living in Athens and interning at a local

refugee rights NGO. She is featured here on a trip to Ireland’s Ring of Kerry.

ieres adVances KnoWledGe

and eXPands deBaTe

IERES hosted more than 60 events and

conferences including a new lecture series on EU

Challenges Ahead, with John Bruton, European

Union ambassador to the United States, and a

conference co-hosted with the state department

on “Transforming the Cold War: The United States

and China, 1969-80,” at which IERES released

an electronic briefing book of newly declassified

documents.

The William and helen Petrach endowment

provided support for the study of Ukraine and

IERES residency for Yuriy fedun and Khrystyna

Pavlyk, both from Ivan Franko National University.

The norway-america association supported the

annual amb. robert d. stuart fellowship for

a visiting scholor from Norway. eva Kvelland, a

student at University of Oslo, studied at the Elliott

School and interned on Capitol Hill.

a. michael hoffman, a member of the Elliott School’s International Council and the son of a former

IERES fellow, funded two $7,500 dissertation fellowships, which were awarded to Ph.D. students

nancy meyers (political science) and Varad mehta (history). He also generously supports faculty

and student research.

“While not a graduate of GW, I am committed to supporting IERES, which is making great strides

toward becoming one of the leading centers for the study of international affairs in the U.S.”

— a. michael hoffman

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IERES won a $50,000, twoyear

grant from the andrew

mellon foundation to fund its

fifth annual summer institute

on conducting archival

research (SICAR). The fiveday

course for Ph.D. students

received 99 applications for

20 spots and offered advanced

research training.


institute for gloBAl AnD

internAtionAl stuDies

The Institute for Global and International Studies

(IGIS) promotes intellectual exchange and

collaborative research across academic disciplines.

In particular, IGIS supports research that addresses

contemporary world challenges such as global

governance, international law and organizations,

trade regimes, international development and

international security.

iGis scholarshiP confronTs

GloBal challenGes

IGIS faculty members published their research

in numerous books and journals. deborah avant

published a chapter on “Political Institutions

and Military Effectiveness: Contemporary United

States and United Kingdom” in Creating Military

Power (Stanford). martha finnemore published

a chapter in International Law and International

Relations: Bridging Theory and Practice (Routledge).

henry nau published a chapter on “The Political

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Reasons for Global Economic Imbalances” in

Sharing the Economic Burden of World Order (Stiftung

Wissenschaft und Politik). susan sell published

an article on intellectual property rights and access

to medicine in the Liverpool Law Journal and

“Intellectual Property and the Doha Development

Agenda” in Global Social Policy.

Building on an IGIS workshop, faculty members

Jennifer Brinkerhoff, stephen smith and

hildy Teegen co-edited NGOs and the Millennium

Development Goals: Citizen Action to Reduce Poverty

(Palgrave Macmillan). martha finnemore contributed

a chapter on “The Politics of Global Partnership.”

iGis enGaGes leadinG scholars

IGIS hosted 12 research seminars featuring leading

experts on a diverse range of topics including

international organizations, counterinsurgency

strategies, global diaspora communities, Iraqi police

Jennifer Brinkerhoff susan sell stephen smith Gina lambright


training and welfare policy in developing countries.

IGIS co-hosted a book launch for Governance in

Post-Conflict Societies: Rebuilding Fragile States

(Routledge) by GW professor derick Brinkerhoff.

As part of the future of democracy initiative, IGIS

hosted two conferences—one on corruption and

democracy, and another on hybrid regimes that

combine democratic and authoritarian elements.

Both conferences highlighted the expertise of Elliott

School faculty members such as deborah avant,

nathan Brown, henry hale, Gina lambright and

cynthia mcclintock, who shared their expertise with

scholars from Georgetown, Harvard, University of

British Colombia and Yale.

In 2006-2007, IGIS also hosted visiting scholars

from Boston, Copenhagen and Madrid.

research and PolicY ProGrams

robert Jervis, Adlai E. Stevenson professor at Columbia University,

gave the keynote speech at an IGIS conference titled “Deterring

Rogue States: Do the Old Rules Apply?”

iGis shares iTs eXPerTise

IGIS faculty members discussed their research with

national and global audiences. Jennifer Brinkerhoff

and liesl riddle participated in a UN expert meeting

on the role of diasporas in strengthening business

and entrepreneurship in developing countries. henry

farrell served as an affiliated researcher at the Max

Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods.

henry nau lectured on “Sharing the Economic

Burden of World Order” at the German Marshall Fund

of the United States. Walter reich was reappointed

as a senior scholar at the Woodrow Wilson Center.

susan sell presented her work on intellectual

property protection and access to medicine at a

University of California Law School colloquium on

globalization and law. stephen smith presented

The Millennium Development Goals and the Struggle

Against Poverty Traps” at a United Nations Economic

and Social Council meeting on eradicating poverty

and hunger.

IGIS is home to two research and policy programs. culture in Global affairs (ciGa), founded in 2003, promotes scholarly

research and sponsors policy dialogues. In 2006-2007, CIGA faculty served as expert consultants for the World Bank, USAID, and

other organizations; published 10 peer-reviewed journal articles and chapters; and delivered many presentations at national and

international conferences. The ciGa seminar series sponsored six public talks: “Must Boys Be Boys? Ending Sexual Exploitation

and Abuse in UN Peacekeeping Missions”; “What Would Gandhi Say? Gandhian Thought and Practice in Development”; “Can

Foreign Aid End World Poverty?”; “Heritage Preservation in Law and Policy: Handling the Double-Edged Sword of Development”;

“Indigenous Approaches to Conflict Prevention, Management and Resolution in Africa”; and a panel event on cultural

anthropology knowledge and the U.S. military and the intelligence community. The panel presentations are being developed

into a book co-edited by CIGA Director Barbara miller and robert albro. CIGA also hosted the Margaret Mead Film Festival.

In 2007, the Elliott School launched GW diaspora Program, a research and policy program focusing on diaspora communities

worldwide—in particular, diasporas in conflict and post-conflict societies; diasporas in politics, policy and advocacy; the role

of diasporas in remittances, philanthropy and development; business investment and development; and diasporas and global

security risks. Director Jennifer Brinkerhoff chaired a session as part of Civil Society Day, a Brussels-based event sponsored by

the King Baudouin Foundation. The event was part of the first Global Forum on Migration and Development, which included 155

participating country governments.

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sigur center for

AsiAn stuDies

The Sigur Center for Asian Studies promotes deeper

understanding of Asia and improved links between

Asians and the rest of the world through education,

research and public programs. It is home to both

undergraduate and graduate teaching programs on

Asian studies and more than 50 full-time faculty

members. The Sigur Center is the only program in

the Washington, DC area that offers the nationally

competitive Foreign Language and Area Studies

(FLAS) Fellowships for students of East Asian affairs.

research on asia informs

scholarshiP and PolicY

Young-Key Kim-renaud published P’ung’yohan

pujae [Plentiful Absence] II, in Honor of Jin-Heung

Kim (Life and Dream Book Publishing). mike

mochizuki published Japan in International Politics:

The Foreign Policies of an Adaptive State (Lynne

Rienner) and david shambaugh edited China

Watching: Perspectives from Europe, Japan, and

the United States (Routledge).

Sigur Center scholars mike mochizuki (at

the podium), Kirk larsen, david shambaugh

and amb. Karl inderfurth (L-R) consider

North Korea from its neighbors’ perspectives

at “Dealing with North Korea: Views from

Beijing, Seoul and Tokyo,” in October 2006.

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In addition to these books, Sigur faculty authored

numerous articles and book chapters. harry harding

published “Think Again: China” in Foreign Policy. Kirk

larsen contributed a chapter to Six-Party Stall: Are

South Korea and China Part of the Problem or Part of the

Solution? (Woodrow Wilson Center). mike mochizuki

published “Paradigms Lost: Japan’s Nationalist Drift”

in The American Interest and “How America Views

[the Yasukuni Shrine]” in Ronza. deepa ollapally

co-authored “Regional Security Implications of

Iranian Nuclear Weapons” at the National Bureau of

Asian Research. david shambaugh and amb. Karl

inderfurth published “China and the U.S.: To Hedge

or Engage” in Yale Global.

Awards and grants supported the research of Sigur

Center faculty. Gregg Brazinsky received a Smith

Richardson grant to research America’s Cold War

nation-building efforts in Asia. Young-Key Kimrenaud

received the Republic of Korea Jade Order of

Culture Merit. edward mccord won a Distinguished

Alumni Award from Marian College, his alma mater.


shawn mchale edward mccord Young-Key Kim-renaud Gregg Brazinsky

Sigur Center Director shawn mchale received a

Fulbright-Hays award for his research on Vietnam.

During 2006-2007, the Sigur Center received

many gifts and grants to support its work. The

George Washington University named it a center

for academic excellence and provided funding

to support scholarly research and travel, student

scholarships and research, and study abroad for both

graduate and undergraduate students. The Sigur

Center also received flas awards from the u.s.

department of education to underwrite graduate

study of Asian languages. Funding from the Korean

steel company Posco supported a major conference

on the impact of Korean NGOs. The henry

luce foundation supported a conference, co-hosted

with the Woodrow Wilson Center, on “Globalization,

Migration and the State: East Asia’s Evolving

Landscape of Labor.” The Memory and Reconciliation

in the Asian-Pacific Program, co-directed by mike

The siGur cenTer’s research and PolicY ProGrams

The china Policy Program (cPP), directed by

david shambaugh, co-hosted three international

conferences on China. With the German Council

on Foreign Relations and the Chinese Academy of

Social Sciences, CPP convened a conference on

China and Europe. Fifteen of the papers presented

at the conference will be published in a book.

With funding from the German marshall fund,

CPP co-sponsored a dialogue on U.S.-Europe-

China with the Asia Centre at Elliott School

partner Sciences Po, Paris. CPP also sponsored

a delegation of Elliott School faculty members

martha finnemore, amb. Karl inderfurth, cynthia

mcclintock, amb. david shinn and david

shambaugh to Beijing for a dialogue with the Chinese

Foreign Ministry’s think tank. Elliott School

alumnus christopher fussner (BA’79) has been a

generous supporter of the China Policy Program.

mochizuki and daqing Yang, received support from

the Japan-u.s. friendship commission for a project

on “The Tokyo Trial: Legacy and Reassessment

at Sixty.” A grant from the Taipei economic and

cultural representative office funded a conference

on East Asian security and Taiwan, and a roundtable

on transnational collaboration and Taiwan’s challenges.

amb. James lilley (MA’69), former U.S. ambassador

to China and Korea and director of the American

Institute in Taiwan, addressed the conference.

siGur faculTY PromoTe dialoGue

on asia

The Sigur Center hosted more than 70 events during

the past academic year to promote understanding of

this rapidly changing region. The center introduced

two new lecture series—Transnational asia and

subnational asia—and a new india initiative.

The Taiwan education and research Program

(TerP) works with the Taiwan resource center

at GW’s Gelman Library to provide a comprehensive

and specialized collection of materials for advanced

study and research on Taiwan’s resources

for those seeking to understand Taiwan’s history,

politics, economy and international relations. In

2007, TERP Director edward mccord established

the Taiwan forum, which brings together visiting

scholars, academics, journalists, students and

members of the policy community for discussions

about Taiwan’s current affairs. The forum hosted

seven presentations by Taiwan experts as part of

a Taiwan Democracy and Security Seminar Series,

with support from the Taiwan foundation for

democracy. Topics included “The U.S.-Taiwan

Two-Step: Democracy and National interest” and

“U.S.-China Relations and Taiwan’s Role.”

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The u.s.-Japan legislative exchange Program,

led by henry nau, conducted two legislative

exchange programs last year, one between the

U.S. Congress and Japanese Diet and another

that included South Korean National Assembly

members. The exchange program brings high-level

leaders together to foster better understanding.

The Japan-united states friendship commission

has funded the program since 1989. The Korea

foundation in Seoul also provided additional

funding for the trilateral exchange program

in 2006-07. The participants cultivate strong

professional and social ties, enabling them to

debate controversial political issues. There are no

lectures or written presentations. Members lead

and sustain the conversations on their own.


Engaging thE public

and policy community

engAgeMent

Engaging the public and the policy community is a key component of the Elliott School’s

mission. By expanding understanding and encouraging dialogue on global issues, we foster

informed policy in the United States and around the world. Each year the Elliott School

hosts hundreds of prominent leaders and foreign affairs experts whose work advances the

public debate on matters of international importance. Our scholars contribute frequently to

discussions in the media, and they collaborate regularly with colleagues in the world’s top

research institutions. Our 16,000 alumni form a global network that further enhances the

Elliott School’s outreach and influence around the world.


engAging the WorlD

informed Voices enrich deBaTes

Our faculty frequently appears in print, electronic

and broadcast news. amb. Karl inderfurth

contributed an opinion essay on “Losing the ‘other

war’ in Afghanistan?” in the International Herald

Tribune. merve Kavakci was profiled in The Brunei

Times. dina Khoury was interviewed for “The two

faces of Islam” in the Houston Chronicle. shawn

mchale discussed the coup in Thailand on National

Public Radio. deepa ollapally was interviewed by

the St. Petersburg Times about the political crisis

in Bangladesh. stephen smith was interviewed

about his book, Ending Global Poverty: A Guide to

What Works, on National Public Radio online. Paul

Williams was interviewed by Voice of America about

humanitarian intervention in Darfur. Bernard Wood

was interviewed by Scientific American.

Faculty members contributed analytical expertise

to prominent international affairs organizations.

Associate Dean hugh agnew joined the executive

committee of the Association for the Study of

amb. ibrahim Gambari, special

advisor to the UN Secretary-General,

spoke at the second annual lecture

on “The U.S. and the UN: Working

Together in the 21st Century” in

April 2007.

24 AnnuAl report 2006-2007

President Pervez musharraf of the

Islamic Republic of Pakistan and

first lady Begum sehba musharraf

spoke to students and diplomats in

September 2006.

Nationalities. Dean michael Brown served on

the editorial board of the journal International

Security. nathan Brown continued to serve as a

senior associate at the Carnegie Endowment for

International Peace. martha finnemore served on

the editorial boards of International Organization

and Global Governance. James Goldgeier served

as a nonresident senior fellow of the Council on

Foreign Relations. Graciela Kaminsky served as a

board editor for the World Bank Economic Review

and the Journal of International and Economic Policy.

Joseph Pelzman served on the board of editors for

the Global Economy Journal and on the international

advisory board of the National University at Kyiv-

Mohyla Academy, Ukraine. david shambaugh

continued to serve as a nonresident senior fellow

of the Brookings Institution, and on the editorial

boards of The China Quarterly, China Perspectives and

International Security. daqing Yang served as the

Edwin O. Reischauer visiting professor in Japanese

studies at Harvard University.

his royal highness Prince Turki

al-faisal, then ambassador of the

Royal Kingdom of Saudi Arabia,

spoke in January 2007 about the

challenges facing his country as it

seeks to strike a balance between

tradition and modernity.


The World comes To The

ellioTT school

The Elliott School welcomed current and future

leaders to GW through special educational programs.

In December 2006, the Elliott School won a multimillion

dollar contract to run the Pentagon’s

prestigious national security studies Program.

Directed by Joanna spear, the program educates

senior military officers and civilian officials about

21st century challenges to U.S. national security.

The Elliott School also hosted the fifth annual u.s.

foreign Policy colloquium, which welcomed 167

Chinese graduate students to the GW campus to learn

about American foreign policy. Co-sponsored with

the national committee on u.s.-china relations,

this program received support from The coca-cola

company, anheuser-Busch and aiG.

elaine chao, U.S. secretary of labor, was the keynote speaker at

the fifth annual U.S. Foreign Policy Colloquium.

In September 2006, President hamid Karzai of the Islamic Republic of

Afghanistan opened a discussion on “Afghanistan: Challenges and Opportunities

for Economic Development” featuring carlos Gutierrez, U.S. secretary of

commerce, and a panel of key United States and Afghan-American private

sector representatives.

The Elliott School sponsored more than 200 events

in 2006-2007. We welcomed two current heads

of state, President Pervez musharraf of Pakistan

and President hamid Karzai of Afghanistan. The

Elliott School’s ambassadors forum featured the

ambassadors of Bolivia, Greece and Cyprus.

Additional speakers at the Elliott School this past

year included Treasury secretary henry Paulson;

Stanford professor larry diamond; Special Advisor

to the UN Secretary-General amb. ibrahim Gambari;

former Senator Timothy Wirth, president of the

United Nations Foundation; Director of International

Security Studies at The Woodrow Wilson Center

robert litwak; Associate Editor of The Washington

Post Karen deYoung; and Gelber Book Prize

winner adam hochschild. These major events were

complemented by a rich array of smaller seminars

and lectures on dozens of important regional and

global topics.

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The middle easT PolicY forum

With support from exxonmobil, the Elliott School launched

the middle east Policy forum in Spring 2007.

The program presented five events in its first semester. Forum

Director amb. edward W. Gnehm led and participated in the

January 22 inaugural Town Hall meeting on “Iraq: Which Way

Forward?” with Elliott School faculty members christopher

Kojm, former president of the 9/11 Discourse Project and

senior adviser to the Iraq Study Group, historian dina

Khoury and Security Policy Studies Director Joanna spear.

Former President Jimmy carter discussed his latest book,

Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid, becoming the third Nobel

Peace Prize laureate to address GW students in less than

one year. Israeli amb. sallai meridor (pictured above) spoke

about Israel’s perspective on Iran and Lebanon and domestic

issues such as Gaza.

“With its rich history and many vibrant cultures, the Middle

East is among the most unique and diverse places in the world.

The region plays a critical role in supplying the energy needed

to support economic growth and improved living standards

around the world. For more than 100 years, ExxonMobil has

had a presence in the Middle East, and we were delighted

to support the Elliott School’s Middle East Policy Forum

and contribute to raising awareness and encouraging

dialogue on issues impacting this important region.”

— daniel nelson, vice president, Washington Office

ExxonMobil Corporation

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ellioTT school alumni conTriBuTe

To our success

The Elliott School’s community of alumni numbers

more than 16,000. Our alumni generously give

back to the school not just financially but also with

their time and talent. Reflecting a 66 percent jump

over last year’s level of engagement, 1,242 alumni

volunteered to mentor Elliott School graduate

students on career issues during 2006-2007. Elliott

School alumni are also active in the GW Alumni

Association: richard crespin (BA’93) currently

serves as president, and James core (MA’96), Joe

Kiehl (BA’72) and melissa nachatelo (MA’04) serve

as delegates (L-R below).

“As alumni, we are part of a grand tradition; a

tradition given us by our first president. We live

that tradition every day when we engage with our

fellow alumni to help them continue benefiting

from our worldwide community throughout their

lives, represent the voice of alumni in the University

community, and continue the philanthropy this

institution depends on to shape the lives of the

next generation of alumni.”

— richard crespin (BA’93)


In 2006-2007, the Elliott School brought alumni

together in cities around the world. Dean Brown

hosted alumni receptions in chicago, new York,

seoul, Tokyo and Washington, and he met alumni

during trips to Bahrain, dallas, Kuwait, the

netherlands, oman, Qatar and Taiwan. Alumni

enjoyed informal dinners with professors Peter

Klaren and hope harrison in Washington, DC

and New York, and gathered at a special luncheon

at the Department of State. In partnership with

Sciences Po alumni, Elliott School alumni hosted

a talk by Eurasia Group President ian Bremmer,

as well as a panel on the French elections moderated

by Elliott School research scientist linda Yarr with

faculty members harvey feigenbaum, Kimberly

morgan and michael sodaro.

Jack and Pamela cumming, parents of caitlin cumming (BA’10), are supporters of women’s

issues around the world. Their gifts to the Elliott School in academic year 2007 established the

Distinguished Women in International Affairs speaker series. At left, Jack cumming is pictured with

(L-R) dean Brown, Paula dobriansky and former Senator Timothy Wirth at the launch of the new

Distinguished Women in International Affairs series.

“As the parents of two daughters, we want to encourage them and other students

to learn about and interact with the most influential women on the world stage.”

— Jack and Pamela cumming

enGaGemenT is ViTal To The ellioTT

school’s fuTure

In the coming months, we will extend our outreach

efforts by:

Launching the Security Policy Forum, a new lecture

series on national and international security issues

to highlight and discuss challenges confronting our

nation and the world

Expanding programming—lectures, conferences

and other events—on international development

issues

Hosting more alumni gatherings in the United

States and around the world to strengthen and

energize alumni networks

sara rhodin (BA’06) exhibited photos she

took while in Estonia on a Fulbright grant.

In recognition of his leadership and contributions to the Elliott School and GW, the GW

Alumni Association presented robert J. Pelosky, Jr. (MA’83) with its Distinguished Alumni

Service Award at a gala event in April 2007. One of the Elliott School’s most dedicated

alumni, Pelosky is a founding member of the Elliott School’s International Council, which

he chaired for several years. He provided the financial support for the robert J. Pelosky,

Jr. distinguished speaker series, bringing 10 internationally renowned experts such as

Nobel Peace Prize winner shirin ebadi, historian Bernard lewis and former Secretary

of Defense William cohen to GW. As a former managing director and global strategist at

Morgan Stanley, he currently serves as a key advisor in the development of a new Institute

for International Economic Policy at the Elliott School.

robert J. Pelosky, Jr. (MA’83) received the

2006 Distinguished Alumni Service Award

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Ecognizing our

bEnEfactors

A thriving, dynamic, forward-looking institution does not come into existence on its own.

The Elliott School is deeply grateful to the many individuals, corporations and foundations

whose generous donations make our work possible. Our supporters enable us to sustain

important programs and create exciting new initiatives, enhancing the quality and variety

of programs for which the Elliott School is known worldwide. Thanks to our supporters, we

are carrying out our mission to create knowledge, share wisdom and inspire action to make

our world a better place.

support


the internAtionAl council

The International Council is an advisory body composed of distinguished alumni and friends of the

Elliott School. Members provide counsel to the dean and offer valuable external perspectives on issues

facing the school.

The International Council convenes semi-annually. In October 2006, the Council examined academic

programs, alumni relations and fundraising, and received a briefing from Assistant Secretary of State

for Intelligence and Research randall m. fort (BA’78). In April 2007, Council members, students and

guests heard amb. edward W. Gnehm, Jr. (BA’66, MA’68) deliver his first official lecture as the Kuwait

Foundation professor of Gulf and Arabian Peninsula affairs. At the meeting that followed, the Council

focused its attention on the Elliott School’s external relations and met with the Vice Chair of the GW

Board of Trustees nelson carbonell (BS’85).

A number of International Council members are active in Elliott School programs:

maria livanos cattaui and steven l. skancke (BA’72, M.Phil.’78, Ph.D.’81) teach courses

James B. Quigley (BA’82) and elin Thomasian (BA’00, MBA’05) came to campus to recruit

for Merrill Lynch

Timothy J. medina (BA’88) is active with the david h. miller foundation, a group working to enhance

African Studies at the Elliott School

We are indebted to this exceptional and engaged corps of leaders.

“I’ve found that contributing to the Elliott School has been very rewarding.

It’s been very fulfilling to be a part of building a first-class institution with

a growing international reputation. But more than that, as compared to

contributions to other institutions with a history of large endowments, I’ve felt

that my contributions have had more impact and therefore meant more at the

Elliott School. In addition, as a contributor, I’ve been made to feel part of the

community and have been welcomed for my insights and energy as much as

my monetary commitments. All in all, giving to the school has been a terrific

experience, and one where I felt that I was making a real difference.”

— david a. nadler (BA’70) senior partner, Oliver Wyman

30 AnnuAl report 2006-2007


Diana B. henriques

BA’69

Senior Writer

The New York Times

(Chair, International Council)

steven l. skancke

BA’72, MPhil’78, PhD’81

Managing Director

G. William Miller & Co., Inc.

(Chair, Development Committee)

Moudud Ahmed

Former Prime Minister

Bangladesh

Ann l. Becker

MA’76

President

Ann Becker & Associates Inc.

José Antonio Brito

BA’77, MA’79

Chairman of the Editorial Board

Jornal do Brasil

John caldwell

MA’66

President

US Trading & Investment

Marshall carter

MA’76

Chairman

New York Stock Exchange

Antonio casas-gonzalez

BA’55, MA’57

Principal

Tecnoconsult, S.A.

Maria livanos cattaui

Vice Chairman

International Crisis Group

Antonia handler chayes

JD’53

Visiting Professor

Fletcher School, Tufts University

Jeannie h. cross

MA’78

Vice President, Governmental Affairs

Metropolitan Jewish Health System

steven Dahllof

BA’77

Managing Director

Ogilvy Public Relations

george h.t. Dudley, Jr.

BA’70

Founding Partner

Dudley, Topper and Feuerzeig, LLP

Maurice east

Dean of the Elliott School, 1985-1994

Professor Emeritus

George Washington University

lloyd h. elliott

President Emeritus, 1965-1988

George Washington University

christopher J. fussner

BA’79

President

TransTechnology Pte, Ltd.

raymond garcia

BA’58

Chairman of the Arts Advisory

Committee, Board of Trustees

The Meridian International Center

James W. gerard, V

BA’83

Partner

Juniper Capital Group, LLC

Bennet r. goldberg

BA’76

Management Partner

Hunt Private Equity Group

Julia gregory

BA’74

Executive Vice President and CFO

Lexicon Genetics

louis grumet

BA’66

Executive Director

New York Society of CPAs

Makiko hamada

Chairman

Pacific Rim Development Co., Ltd.

harry harding

Dean of Elliott School, 1995-2005

University Professor

George Washington University

raul r. herrera

BA’81, JD’84

Partner, Corporate and Securities

Practice, Arnold and Porter, LLP

A. Michael hoffman

Managing Partner

Palamon Capital Partners, LLP

Janet howard

Vice President, International

Diplomatic Relations

The Coca-Cola Company

David Junius

MA’97

Director, Strategic Planning

American International Group, Inc.

Van Z. Krikorian, esq.

BA’81

Chairman and CEO

Global Gold Corporation

International Council members paused for

a photo during an Elliott School meeting.

iwao Matsuda

Member

House of Councillors, Japan

tom McDonald

BA’76

Senior Partner

Baker & Hostetler LLP

timothy J. Medina

BA’88

Chief Financial Officer

Telepacific

Masaya Miyoshi

President and CEO

Miyoshi Networks

edwin J. Montgomery, Jr.

BS’59, MS’72

Retired Consultant

United Airlines

USAF (Ret.)

David A. nadler

BA’70

Senior Partner

Oliver Wyman

Matthew nolan

MA’84

Member, International Trade Group

Arent Fox, PLLC

robert J. pelosky, Jr.

MA’83

Private Investor and Consultant

greenfield pitts

Consultant

Grande Group

timothy J. puckorius

BA’83

Chairman and CEO

Earth Observation Technologies, LLC

James B. Quigley

BA’82

Chairman

Merrill Lynch International

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carl A. richardson

MA’99

Director

Richardson Developments, Ltd.

noah A. samara

Chairman and CEO

WorldSpace Corporation

leveo V. sanchez

MA’58

Former Chairman and Founder

Development Associates, Inc.

James sasser

Former U.S. Senator and

Former U.S. Ambassador to China

nakyun shin

Ed.D.’85

Former Minister of Culture and Tourism

Republic of Korea

Jennifer A. shore

MA’96

Co-founder

AVR

charles r. sitter

BA’54

Former President

Exxon Corporation

stephen solarz

President

Solarz Associates

henry c. stackpole, iii

MS’70

President

Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies

USMC (Ret.)

ronald steel

Professor

University of Southern California

frank Wong

BA’79

President

Scholastic Asia

maria livanos cattaui delivered the keynote

address at the Elliott School’s Commencement

Celebration in May 2007.


our supporters

We are indebted to those who have contributed their time, talent and financial resources to the Elliott

School’s continued success. The many special gifts we received in 2006–2007 included:

Gifts from Jack and Pamela cumming to establish the Distinguished Women in International Affairs lecture

series and to support initiatives in security, conflict and development studies

Contributions from evelyn e. and lloyd h. elliott, the school’s namesakes, provide for the current life of

the school and for future generations

A gift from christopher J. fussner (BA’79) to support a trip to China for five Elliott School faculty members

A contribution from a. michael hoffman to support research activities in the Institute for European,

Russian and Eurasian Studies

A grant from the richardson family foundation to provide stipends for graduate students participating in

unpaid internships abroad

32 AnnuAl report 2006-2007

“My education at the Elliott School prepared me for my successful

career as Superintendent of Schools in Prince George’s County, one of the

nation’s largest school districts. I created an endowed scholarship in the

hope that I can help future students have a comparable experience.”

— edward m. felegy (BA’58)

“It has been a most rewarding experience for me to contribute, in some small way, to the

major accomplishments that the school’s leadership has achieved. The Elliott School has grown

tremendously in terms of accomplishments and stature, and is truly a world-class institution.

I am proud to be part of such a dynamic institution, and have enjoyed the ride to get there.”

— matthew nolan (MA’84) member, International Trade Group, Arent Fox, PLLC

Janet howard


detta Voesar

The daVid h. miller endoWmenT

David H. Miller (BA’87) died at the age of 39 of lymphoma in 2004. After his death, friends and family established the

David H. Miller Endowment for African Studies at the Elliott School. David Miller believed that Africa’s success will be

ensured by access to higher education for African nationals, and by educating people in the developed world about the

economic, cultural and political challenges in Africa today. As the Miller endowment grows, the fund’s annual earnings

will enrich African studies at GW through part-time professorships, by sponsoring public lecture series and extending

financial support to African students to attend the Elliott School.

“David H. Miller dedicated his career to the advancement of U.S.-African relations. The

David H. Miller Endowment is dedicated to perpetuating his legacy. The Endowment will

sponsor programs to raise local awareness for healthcare, political and economic initiatives

in Africa, fund and support graduate student exchange programs and build African studies

at the Elliott School. The Endowment also seeks to increase awareness of problems in

Africa, and through educational programs, develop sustainable solutions.”

— Maria Reed (BA’87)

Attendees at a special event for the David

H. Miller Foundation posed for a photo:

(L-R) rich meade, chris alion, marc Brown

(BA’86), maria reed (BA’87), Kyung chomiller,

Timothy medina (BA’88) and Kevin

conboy (BA’85, MBA’88, MS’93).

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James Quigley (BA’82, third

from left front) and elin

Thomasin (BA’00, MBA’05,

second from right front)

attended a luncheon with

International Trade and

Investment Policy students

interested in learning about

Merrill Lynch International.


enDoWMents

Annual interest from endowment funds provides important income to the Elliott School.

This revenue is used to fund scholarships and fellowships for talented students, to

attract and retain the best faculty and to fund research initiatives.

General suPPorT

Juliet Bland fund

A 1994 unrestricted bequest from Juliet Bland (BS’37) provides

support for lectures, seminars, and visiting and adjunct professors.

maria h. davis european studies fund

A 1991 gift from William Earl Davis in memory of his wife, Maria H.

Davis, supports research and graduate fellowships for faculty and

students who study Europe.

evelyn e. and lloyd h. elliott fund

Annual income from the Elliott Fund supports the Gaston Sigur

Professorship and other important Elliott School programs.

david h. miller memorial endowment for african studies

The Miller Endowment was created to advance African Studies

through scholarships, lectures and events.

ProfessorshiPs and faculTY suPPorT

edgar r. Baker Professorship

A 1969 gift from Mrs. Edgar R. Baker, in memory of her husband

Edgar R. Baker (AA’39, BA’41), supports this professorship.

international council endowment for Part-Time faculty

Established with gifts from members of the International Council,

this endowment supports part-time faculty.

international council Professorship in international affairs

This professorship was created by members of the International

Council in honor of former Dean Harry Harding.

Japan-u.s. relations chair

A 1999 gift from the Council for Better Corporate Citizenship

created this chair for the study of Japan-U.S. relations.

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florence nesh endowment fund

Income from the Nesh Fund supports selected activities of the

Center for International Science and Technology Policy.

William and helen Petrach endowment for ukrainian exchanges

and Programs

This 1995 gift by William Petrach supports an exchange program

with L’Viv University in Ukraine and activities such as adjunct

professorships, seminars, workshops and colloquia.

John o. rankin endowment

The 1951 bequest of John O. Rankin supports activities related to

the training of candidates for careers in the Foreign Service.

sigur center for asian studies

Created by friends of Gaston Sigur, this fund supports selected

activities and programs of the Sigur Center.

Korea foundation endowment

This endowment supports one professorship in Korean history and

one professorship in Korean politics.

Kuwait Professorship in Gulf and arabian Peninsula affairs

In 2005, the Kuwait Foundation for the Advancement of Sciences

established and endowed the Kuwait Professorship.

Yitzhak rabin memorial chair

Created in 1999, the Rabin endowment supports a professorship.

J. B. and maurice c. shapiro Professorship fund

A 1992 gift from the J. B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Charitable Trust

supports a visiting faculty member.


sTudenT scholarshiPs, felloWshiPs and aWards

robert r. Banville scholarship

A 1993 gift from Mrs. Mildred Banville in memory of her son,

Robert R. Banville, established this general scholarship fund.

mary darnell Blaney and Winfield scott Blaney fellowships

Received in 1983, the bequest of Jeannette B. Strayer supports

fellowships in international relations named in memory of her

parents.

Wilbur J. carr memorial award

In 1962, Edith K. Carr, a former trustee of the University, established

an award in memory of her husband, who graduated from

the School of Comparative Jurisprudence and Diplomacy in 1899.

This award is given annually to a senior who has demonstrated

outstanding ability in the study of international affairs.

John henry cowles Prize

The Cowles Prize was established in 1991 for the senior with the

highest academic average.

edward m. felegy scholarship endowment fund in honor of

stephen Joel Trachtenberg

Established in 2007, this fund provides annual scholarship support

for undergraduate students.

norman harold friend student Prize

This fund provides an annual award to an undergraduate student

majoring in international affairs who has demonstrated academic

excellence.

f. houser endowed scholarship fund

A 2000 bequest from F. Houser (BA’48, MA’50) supports

scholarship awards to undergraduate students.

annual GifTs for scholarshiPs and felloWshiPs

Freeman Foundation Fellowships

Leon C. Janks Annual Scholarship

Philip and Barbara Kaplan Scholarship

Thaddeus a. lindner and mary Jean lindner scholarship fund

Established in 1985 by Thaddeus A. Lindner (BA’51, Hon. DPS’94)

and Mary Jean Lindner, this fund supports scholarships for

undergraduate students in the Columbian College of Arts and

Sciences, the School of Business and the Elliott School of

International Affairs.

dorothy and charles moore fellowship in international

development studies

This endowment funds an annual fellowship for a graduate student

in the International Development Studies program.

naomi Poling Warbasse award

Established in 1996 in memory of Naomi Warbasse, this fund

offers a financial award to a female graduate student specializing

in Central or Eastern European studies.

J. B. and maurice c. shapiro fellowship

This fund, created in 1992 by the J. B. and Maurice C. Shapiro

Charitable Trust, supports graduate fellowships.

lulu m. shepard endowment

A 1946 bequest from Lulu M. Shepard supports the education of

students desiring to enter the Foreign Service.

Jack c. Voelpel memorial scholarship

A bequest from Jack C. Voelpel made in 1996 provides income

for scholarships to students studying the United Nations or

international affairs.

helen and sergius Yakobson Graduate scholarship in russian

and east european studies

GW professor Helen Yakobson established this fund in 1987 to

provide an annual scholarship to a graduate student with a major

or minor in Russian or East European Studies.

Merriman Fellowship, given by Thaddeus A. Lindner (BA’51, Hon. DPS’94) and Mary Jean Lindner

Charles R. Sitter Scholarship

elliott school of internAtionAl AffAirs 35


our supporters

1821 BenefacTors

Established in 2004, this Society was named in

honor of the year the University was founded, and

embodies both the spirit of GW and the spirit of

private philanthropy. Membership is extended to

individuals, corporations and foundations whose

annual or cumulative giving totals $1,000,000 or

more.

1821 Benefactors who have made contributions to

the Elliott School:

Carnegie Corporation of New York

The Coca-Cola Company

Community Foundation for the National Capital Region

Lloyd H. Elliott Hon LLD’89 and Evelyn E. Elliott

Fannie Mae Foundation

Ford Foundation

Freeman Foundation

Korea Foundation

Kuwait Foundation for the Advancement of Sciences

Thaddeus A. Lindner BA’51, Hon DPS’94 and Mary Jean W.

Lindner

Lockheed Martin Corporation

The Henry Luce Foundation

John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation

Science Applications International Corporation

Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Free Masonry,

Southern Jurisdiction, U.S.A.

Smith Richardson Foundation

36 AnnuAl report 2006-2007

GeorGe WashinGTon socieTY

The George Washington Society was named to

honor the forward-thinking spirit of the University’s

namesake, whose vision has guided GW’s growth.

In 2007, membership in the George Washington

Society is extended to alumni and friends whose

annual or lifetime giving totals $500,000 to

$999,000. Grandfathered members with lifetime

giving over $100,000 are included.

George Washington Society members who have

made contributions to the Elliott School:

Marc Abrahms

Mildred H. Banville*

Jose A. Brito BA’77, MA’79 and Lucia Brito BA’79

Marshall N. Carter MA’76 and Missy Carter

Jack W. and Pamela Cumming

Karen L. Eisenbud BA’84 and Todd Eisenbud

Lloyd H. Elliott Hon LLD’89 and Evelyn E. Elliott

Amitai Etzioni

Edward M. Felegy BA’58

Christopher J. Fussner BA’79 and Annie Chen

James W. Gerard V BA’83 and Emanuela Gerard

Diana B. Henriques BA’69 and Laurence B. Henriques Jr.

A. Michael and Mercedes Hoffman

Thaddeus A. Lindner BA’51, Hon DPS’94 and Mary Jean W.

Lindner

Dorothy A. Moore and Charles A. Moore Jr.

David A. Nadler BA’70 and Francesca Camp Nadler

Florence Nesh*

Robert J. Pelosky Jr. MA’83 and Mahsa Pelosky

Walter R. and Gisele Roberts

Noah A. and Martha Debebe Samara

Lee P. and Carol K. Sigelman

Charles R. Sitter BA’54

* Deceased

+ Five-year consistent donor


James Gerard, V christopher fussner Jennifer shore Thaddeus lindner and family

heriTaGe socieTY

The Heritage Society recognizes individuals who

have made planned gifts to the University. These

gift plans, which include annuities, trusts and

bequests, establish a permanent legacy for each

supporter.

Heritage Society members who have made

contributions to the Elliott School:

Ernest S. Auerbach BA’58, JD’61 and Jeanette Auerbach

Edward M. Felegy BA’58

Casimir A. Filipowicz BA’56 and Rose Filipowicz

Gilbert L. Shirk BA’59*

TemPieTTo circle

of The heriTaGe socieTY

Established in 2006, the Tempietto Circle of the

Heritage Society, named for the tempietto (“little

temple”) that stands as a campus landmark in

Kogan Plaza, recognizes those individuals who have

made a planned gift of $500,000 or more to the

University through a life income arrangement, a

bequest intention, a life insurance policy in which

the University is owner and beneficiary, or another

planned giving provision.

Tempietto Circle of the Heritage Society members

who have made contributions to the Elliott School:

Lloyd H. Elliott Hon LLD’89 and Evelyn E. Elliott

Christopher J. Fussner BA’79 and Annie Chen

Thaddeus A. Lindner BA’51, Hon DPS’94 and Mary Jean W.

Lindner

Dorothy A. Moore and Charles A. Moore Jr.

foGGY BoTTom socieTY

The Foggy Bottom Society is named for the location

of GW’s main campus, a site that embodies the

powerful spirit guiding the University’s growth. The

Society honors alumni and friends who have made

gifts of $100,000 to $249,999 between July 1 and

June 30 of each fiscal year.

Foggy Bottom Society members who have

made contributions to the Elliott School:

Jack W. and Pamela Cumming

Thaddeus A. Lindner BA’51, Hon. DPS’94

and Mary Jean W. Lindner

elliott school of internAtionAl AffAirs 37


our supporters

colleGe hill socieTY

College Hill was the name of our first campus when

the University was established as the Columbian

College in 1821. The Society honors the vision

and commitment that are the foundation of GW’s

strength. Membership is extended to alumni and

friends who have made contributions of $25,000

to $99,999 between July 1 and June 30 of each

fiscal year.

College Hill Society members who have made

contributions to the Elliott School:

Karen L. Eisenbud BA’84 and Todd Eisenbud

Edward M. Felegy BA’58

Christopher J. Fussner BA’79 and Annie Chen

A. Michael and Mercedes Hoffman

Carl A. Richardson MA’99

Walter R. and Gisele Roberts

Noah A. and Martha Debebe Samara

38 AnnuAl report 2006-2007

luTher rice socieTY

The Luther Rice Society is named for the 19th-century

missionary, Luther Rice. Rice was a fervent advocate

of education who, driven by George Washington’s

vision, lobbied President James Monroe and Congress

to officially charter the institution and raised the

$6,000 needed to purchase land for the Columbian

College —now George Washington University.

Members of the Luther Rice Society carry on the

tradition by helping GW maintain its status as one

of the top universities in the country. Membership

in the Luther Rice Society is extended to alumni,

friends, parents, faculty and staff who make gifts of

$1,000 to $24,999 between July 1 and June 30 of

each fiscal year.

Luther Rice Society members who have made

contributions to the Elliott School:

Andrew Arno BA’81 and Janis Arno+

Lynn D. Azar

Ruth Banonis

Robert Barry and Mary Ann Fulton

Ann L. Becker MA’76 and David Muschler

Emily E. Bleimund MA’07, JD’07 and Doran Fink

Jill B. Bogdanovic BA’86 and Craig Bogdanovic

Alan K. and Catherine Bramley+

Marc P. Brown BA’86 and Lauren Brown

Michael E. Brown and Chantal de Jonge Oudraat

Kyung H. Cho-Miller

Kevin J. Conboy BBA’85, MBA’88, MS’93 and Nancy

Conboy+

* Deceased

+ Five-year consistent donor


Bennet Goldberg carl richardson diana henriques

James A. Core MA’96 and Wendy Core MA’94

Jeannie H. Cross MA’78+

Charles H. Dolan Jr.

George H.T. Dudley BA’70 and Susan Laura Lugo

Lloyd H. Elliott Hon LLD’89 and Evelyn E. Elliott+

Harold E. Engle

Mark Fisch BA’83

Douglas D. Fletcher BA’75 and Jan Fletcher

Raymond Garcia BA’58 and Fruzsina Harsanyi+

Bennet R. Goldberg BA’76 and Bonnie Goldberg+

Scott N. and Harriet Greenberg

Bruce N. Gregory

Steven R. Gretenstein BA’75 and Barbara Shrut+

Louis Grumet BA’66 and Barbara Grumet+

Harry Harding+

Diana B. Henriques BA’69 and Laurence B. Henriques Jr.+

Michael J. Hope BA’79+

George Jacobs

Leon C. and Sharon L. Janks

David W. Junius MA’97 and Rosemary Hyson+

Philip S. Kaplan

Louis H. and Irene Katz+

Martin V. Kirkwood BA’86

Van Z. Krikorian BA’81 and Priscilla Krikorian

John A. and Sherry Maccabee

John B. McGowan Jr. BA’78 and Stephanie McGowan+

Jack E. McQueston MS’69 and Marcia McQueston+

Daniel McSweeney

Richard and Elizabeth Meade

Timothy J. Medina BA’88 and Maria Gabriela Medina+

James and Gera Millar

William P. Miller Sr. and Rose M. Miller

Edwin J. Montgomery Jr. MS’72 and Lucia Montgomery

Alan J. Moore BBA’90 and Kelly Moore

Dorothy A. Moore and Charles A. Moore Jr.+

Sherry L. Mueller

David A. Nadler BA’70 and Francesca Nadler+

Mark B. Nadler BA’73 and Jan Nadler+

Mima S. Nedelcovych MA’76 and Sally Nedelcovych

Matthew M. Nolan MA’84 and Lillian Nolan

Robert J. Pelosky Jr. MA’83 and Mahsa Pelosky+

Maria M. Peznola Reed BA’87 and Steven Reed

Eleanor B. Poling+

Lawrence P. Pratka

Joseph A. Presel

Shawn L. Raymond BA’94+

Guerrino and Helen Savio

Jennifer A. Shore MA’96 and Hadi F. Habal

Estelle Sigur

Charles R. Sitter BA’54+

Steven L. Skancke BA’72, MPhil’78, PhD’81 and Nancy J.

Skancke JD’75+

Edwin L. and Lorene Stanford

Rebecca B. Thompson MA’91+

Neely G. and Catarnia Turner

Jacob B. Wasserman BA’77, MA’83 and Amy Wasserman+

Frank Chi-Hung Wong BA’79

Kevin D. and Mary Woods

Barry and Margaret Zorthian

elliott school of internAtionAl AffAirs 39


Gifts from the Elliott School’s many supporters are vitally important and deeply appreciated.

These lists acknowledge gifts received from July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007.

frienDs pArents

Ada S. Adler

Edward and Roseann Alexander

Christopher M. Alion

Richard T. Arndt

Lynn D. Azar

Ruth Banonis

Mildred H. Banville*

Arthur A. Bardos

Raymond E. Benson

Alan K. and Catherine Bramley+

Thomas and Leona C. Brown

Anthony J. Carroll

Paula J. Causey

Kyung H. Cho-Miller

Matthew A. Cohen

Robyn D. Cohen

James D. Conley

Geralyn C. Contini

Karen M. Cornish

James Critchlow

Yeweinshet Dessalegne and Gebreyes Begna

Lewis W. Douglas Jr.

Anneliese H. Duncan

Harold E. Engle

Margaret H. Everson-Fisher

Edwin J. Feulner

Yung Hee and James Gallinaro

Mary E. Gawronski

Gerard M. Gert

Thomas and Nancy V. Guy

William C. Harrop

Alan L. Heil Jr.

40 AnnuAl report 2006-2007

A. Michael and Mercedes Hoffman+

George Jacobs

Philip S. Kaplan

Frank and Edie Kennedy

George J. Kowals Jr.

William and Kathryn M. Kretchman

Wallace W. Littell

James Lowenstein

Daniel McSweeney

Richard and Elizabeth Meade

William P. Miller Sr. and Rose M. Miller

Sherry L. Mueller

Mark Neustadt

Harold C. Pachios

Eleanor B. Poling+

Lawrence P. Pratka

Joseph A. Presel

Maile P. Ramzi

Terence M. and Marita Reidy

John E. Reinhardt

Neil Saha and Jayshree Dhali

Noah A. Samara and Martha Debebe Samara

F.C. and Marian Schaffer

Estelle Sigur

Ike Skelton

David R. Squires and Isabel Arias-Squires

Neely G. and Catarina Turner

L. Dustin Vincent III and Jodilee Mesirow

Kevin D. and Mary Woods

Robert Zaleski

Barry and Margaret Zorthian

Stanley A. Zuckerman

Hugh L. Agnew and Nancy MacLachlan

Michael and Nan Barrett

Fred and Donna Batten

Keith D. and Julianne Baumann

Suhail Bisharat

Charles W. Blackmer

Thomas M. Burns

Robert W. Callahan

Winston J. Chamy

Steve and Elizabeth Christian

Russell and Eileen Constantineau

Karen Cotton

Jack W. and Pamela Cumming

Tamera L. Cunningham

Eileen Daly

Susan Davis

Edward J. Delbeccaro

Agim Demi

Ken and Donna Derstine

Michael and Susan Devaney

Gerard J. and Pamela Donlin

Dale and Karen Dooley

Victor Dorantes

Michael and Wendy Doyle

George H.T. Dudley BA’70 and Susan Laura Lugo

Mark Emmert

Kathleen Engel

Dan R. Fauver

Darlene Fields

Richard H. and Susan Fly

Edward A. Forbes+

Max R. and Terri Forman

Bjorn and Ingela Gabrielsson

Raymond Garcia BA’58 and Fruzsina Harsanyi+

Demetrios S. Giannaros

* Deceased

+ Five-year consistent donor


Edward and Jeannette Goodwin

John C. and Marla Gordon

Dr. William D. Greaf MBA’74 and Carolyn W. Greaf

MHSA’74

Alan M. Greenberg

Scott N. and Harriet Greenberg

Edward S. Gross and Margaret Reid

Patrick and Mary Lynn Gurrentz

James L. Guttman BA’72 and Sara Guttman+

Harlin D. and Claire Hale

Miroslav Halicek

Chester Henlin

Robert D. Hild

Christine Holdenman

William C. Hoover

Edward House

Alan Jacobowitz and Robyn Miller

Leon C. and Sharon L. Janks

William Jenkins

Robert Johnson

Jay M. Karasick

Doris A. Karr

James Katsiaficas

Bryan S. Kocher

Heidi L. Lawyer BA’80

Dr. Henry and Donna Lennon

Charles A. Lestition

Thaddeus A. Lindner BA’51, Hon DPS’94 and Mary

Jean W. Lindner+

Bruce Margine

John Marques

Angeli Mathur BS’82 and Puran Mathur

Edward M. and Priscilla Miller

Drs. Mark Miller and Teresa Wray

Luis F. and Ann Miranda

Joseph M. and Denise Mizla

Robert L. Moore

James P. and Marie A. Morgan

Frederick W. Newman

Ronald J. Osborne

Michael J. Pagones

William J. Palin

Enrique A. Pedemonte

Jean Prevete

Scott L. and Beverly Price

Robert W. Rhodes

Tarole Richards

Charles W. and Mary Rizzotto

Beth C. Roberts

Floyd F. and Donna Roberts

John J. and Rozalia Rozembersky

Guerrino and Helen Savio

Said E. Sayegh

Maria Sensontic

Dipak P. Sheth

Martha Simmons

Mitchell Smith

Eric Steckler and Evelyn Schreiber-Steckler

Karen Steffler

Richard Taylor

Nguyen V. and Huong Truong

Paul H. Tucker

Christopher R. and Mary Waugh

Daniel E. Wessel

Andrew M. and Geri Wexler

Donald A. White

John and Ann Wilson

Gerald and Karen Woolf

Joseph and Zofia Zielinski

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fAculty AnD stAff

Hugh L. Agnew

Khadijah J. Al-Amin-El

John J. Balbach

Michael E. Brown

Lloyd H. Elliott Hon LLD’89+

Amitai Etzioni+

Harvey B. Feigenbaum

Edward W. Gnehm Jr. BA’66, MA’68

Harry Harding

Karl F. Inderfurth

Dina R. Khoury

Peter F. Klaren

Kelly W. McCaskill

Cynthia McClintock+

James Millar

Mike Mochizuki

Dorothy A. Moore

Michael O. Moore

Amy Mulry BA’01

Henry R. Nau

Peter B. Reddaway

Bernard Reich

Walter R. Roberts

David L. Shambaugh BA’78+

David H. Shinn BA’63, MA’64, PhD’80+

Stephen C. Smith

Ronald H. Spector

Annie L. Vinik


Alumni donors are listed by graduation year.

Individuals with multiple degrees from GW

are listed in each year of graduation.

AluMni

1934

Naomi M. Laughlin*

1937

Jean E. Morris+

1939

Albert F. Padley Jr.

1941

Eleanor B. Simon+

1943

Hendrik W. Vietor

1946

Elsa Dik Glass+

1947

William E. O’Connor+

1948

John Alton Boyer+

Lewis Hoffacker+

Edward E. Masters

1949

Robert S. Finney+

Philip E. Franklin+

Charles L. Jackson+

Dorothy Main Whitley Lang+

Hugh I. Martin+

Spero J. Pappafotis+

William G. Rogers+

Donald K. Snyder

Robert D. Van Briggle

Milledge W. Weathers+

1950

Samuel S. Freedman

Juell R. Ness+

Louise M. Rovner

Donald W. Stigers

Guy Everett Van Riswick

Venda S. Whitney+

1951

Charles E. Lilien+

Joan H. Lytzen+

Charles L. Turcotte

Guy Everett Van Riswick

1952

Edwin J. Carpenter Jr.

Gerald P. Holmes+

Francis John Jeton

Franklin O. McCord+

1953

Richard G. Helmin

Gloria Boom Krakes

Hugh Olds Jr.+

Frederick C. Randall+

1954

L. Dayton Coe II+

William C. Dunning+

Carol D. McIntire+

Charles R. Sitter+

Paulette Whitcomb+

1955

John R. Ellis

Donald E. Lucas+

Andrew A. Luhtanen+

1956

L. Dayton Coe II+

Philip E. Franklin+

Barbara Sillars Harvey+

Tore Haugeto+

Robert D. Van Briggle

Paulette Whitcomb+

1957

William C. Dunning+

Vello Ederma

Lynn Ray Hoopes+

Milledge W. Weathers+

1958

Ernest S. Auerbach+

Donald A. Dove+

Edward M. Felegy+

Semi Feuer

Raymond Garcia+

Charles Okke Graham

Valerie B. Kitchens+

Bradford W. Miller Jr.+

Owen S. Nibley*+

Edward M. Sacchet

Gerald Schwab

Margaret T. Slingluff+

1959

Maurice Kogon

Leslie Joseph Munroe

Anne M. Pedersen+

Olga Sukose Rush+

Gilbert L. Shirk*

1960

Catherine H. Gregg+

Thomas L. Gregg+

Maurice Kogon

Charles R. Landon Jr.

Frank L. Lewis

1961

Joseph L. Arbena+

Robert W. Eilbeck

David E. Feldman+

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1898

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Jurisprudence and

Diplomacy

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1962

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George T. Desorcy

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1963

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Randall W. Meyer Jr.

David H. Shinn+

J. Clark Van Bloom+

Thomas A. Warden+

Willard J. Webb

George G. White+

Herbert E. Wolff+

Robert B. Wood+

1964

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Van Backman+

Broadus Bailey Jr.+

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William H. Cooper+

Joseph D. Domzalski+

Herbert M. Federhen+

Paul A. Fitzgerald

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James A. Grimsley

Henry L. Halleland

James E. Heg

Valerie B. Kitchens+

Kenneth H. Lyons

Dayton S. Mak+

William M. Michaels+

Paul Murray Jr.+

Robert H. Offley Jr.

Arthur S. Reinhart+

Philo H. Rhynehart

John P. Richardson+

Carl W. Schaad+

John L. Sherburne

Robert G. Stalnaker

Henry J. Sylvia+

Carlos M. Talbott+

Ballard W. Tebo

James B. Townsend Jr.+

1905

School of Politics

and Diplomacy

Arthur L. Whitley+

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William R. Yetman

1965

John P. Barker+

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Jonathan Dean

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Robert M. Rose

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James H. Swint

William P. Tallon Jr.

1966

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James O. Appleyard

Ernest P. Braucher

Lawrence C. Broadwell

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Roderic A. Camp+

Howard L. Campbell+

Thomas J. Cooper

Daniel E. Donovan+

Jane H. Dunphy+

John D. Eaton+

Stephanie H. Einstein

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Ralph W. Frame Jr.

Lindalou K. Friesen+

Edward W. Gnehm Jr.

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1907

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James L. Roush

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David B. Schott

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Helen R. Sioris+

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William J. Whitener+

Nancy H. Winter+

1967

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Peter G. Woodward

1968

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John L. Butts

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Robert Haldane+

Martin E. Hardy

Honey R. Heller+

George D. Holliday

G.H. Kaffer Jr.+

Robert J. Lamoureux+

Robert V. Lee Jr.

Terry Rhodes Lewis+

1928

School of

Government

1960

School of Government,

Business and

International Affairs

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1969

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Mary M. Smith+

Stephen A. Somerstein

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Gert Vutz+

Volney F. Warner

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1970

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1966

School of Public

and International

Affairs

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1971

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Donald E. FitzGerald+

Arthur F. Garvey+

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Joetta Miller+

Lesley A. Moradian

Elizabeth B. Morris+

Fremont Piercefield+

1987

School of

International

Affairs

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1988

Elliott School

of International

Affairs

Richard A. Popkin

Kathleen A. Ream+

Robert S. Rosen

Robert H. Scarborough

Thomas E. Schwietz+

Jeffrey M. Sheppard+

Harris Sperling+

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John A. Valenti+

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1972

Francis Andriliunas

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Linda R. Calvert

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Gerald Childress+

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1973

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1974

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1975

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1976

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George Walter Price+

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1977

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Andrew Bruce Claster+

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Jean Fry Floyd+

Alan D. Koseff+

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1978

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Paul Fahy Halsey

William Leo Holmes

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Dennis G. Kainen+

Jeff Evan Lowinger

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1979

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Frank Chi-Hung Wong

1980

Paul John Andrews

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Daniel Allison Russell

Ranta Liders Russell

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1981

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Mark M. Pando+

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Brian C. Tobin

Christopher P. Vignare

Hayden Marshall Wetzel

1982

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Gregory S. Betsinger

Mark Jonathan Crowley

Christopher G. Dachi

Debora A. Fisher

Edeltraut Gilgan-Hunt

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Donica J.H. Mensing

Valerie Ann Phillips

Jonathan Bradley Rickert+

Richard Lloyd Sanders

Timothy Carlyle Sandusky

Michelle K. Schmidt+

Richard Lewis Shewell Jr.+

Glenn Strahs+

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1983

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Alexander B. Kippen+

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1984

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1985

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1986

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1987

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1988

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1989

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1990

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1991

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1992

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Richard Morris

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Maria A. Proestou

Robin D. Roch

Erick Thompson Sadler+

1993

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Garth Ernest Bossow

Richard Jacob Crespin

James Leonard Dergay

Maria Tawes Digiulian

George Phillip Earle+

Jason Lee Feldman

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Frances J. Guthrie

Jeffrey Lynn Johnson

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Laura Wendy Nawrocki+

David Vejai Sadoo

Robert Jeffrey Schreiber

Collette E. Shine

Alicia Freitag St. Jean+

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Gabrielle Hope Zeller

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1994

Sanat Shyam Amladi

George Henry Baker Jr.

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Patrick Alan Gorman

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1995

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Jennifer Eileen McCadney

Scott David McDonald+

Stephen Robert Simpson+

Betty Jo Tatum

Shizuka Yahata

1996

James Alverson+

Hassib Mohammed Amiryar

James Andrew Core

Brandon M. Fewer+

Jennifer Miki Fujita+

Robert Christopher Gamel

Richard Jason Grimes

Friedrich James Helmstetter

Matthew Francis Joseph

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Jennifer A. Shore+

William Sinclair Stewart

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Byron Lamont Thomas

Terri-Lynn Torrez

Maura Cecilia Vaughan

Maurya Ann West Meiers

Emily Katherine Willis-Campbell


1997

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Joshua Jacob Lichtman

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Wilneld Pognon

Sean R. Queenan

Rodney Jay Crisostomo Salinas

Matthew A. Schmit

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Brian Robert Sullivan

Kristy A. Watkins

Matthew C. Zierler+

1998

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Erich Robert Brant

Matthew David Clementz

Michael Javier Daniels

Anthony Joseph DeBellis

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Kuyomars Golparvar+

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John Hemmann

James Reade Kem+

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Gregory Evan Kraut

Maria M. Lagadia

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Scott Lowder

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James Frederick Oberacker

Brendan J. O’Malley

Andrew William Rottner Jr.

Vatche Sarkisian

David Anthony Schug+

Gina M. Sullivan

Soraya Tabibi+

Christine Verzosa

Karen Elizabeth Zietlow

1999

Benjamin Eli Berman

James Richard Burger

Tisha Stoll Colvin

Christopher Michael Daur

Kevin Scott Fridy+

Jill Mariko Hasegawa

Alex Matthew Mestdagh

Travis William Nesbitt

Kavita Mukund Patel

Michelle Debra Proser

Kennan W. Rapp

Carl Alexander Richardson

Oliver Bally Tunda

2000

Katherine Leu Baxter

Timothy Joseph Beresford

Nicholas P. Bruner

Brooke Manning Chambers

Elizabeth J. Dahan

Kim Heather Ethier

Ivette A. Fernandez

Brian A. Frantz

Kathy E. Gosselin

Alan Stuart Gruber

Justin T. Hutchinson

Adam T. Jaffe

Breton L. Johnson

Hoon H. Joo

Charles E. Kiamie III

Jonathan M. Lanyi

Amy Eileen Lestition

David P. Mason

Benjamin M. Mastaitis

Carilina C. Ortega

David Scott Salkeld+

Carol A. Spahn

Joseph M. Zupkus

2001

Jessica A. Acimovic

Thomas J. Daly

Michael P. Gallagher

Allison Pictroski Hitchcock

Gregg L. Ladislaw

Sarah Olivia Ladislaw

Douglas R. Lyman

Alia Elizabeth Marwah

Sarah E. Morison

Oscar T. Ramirez

Debra M. Roepke

Heather Ann Sajeski

Tiffany A. Townsend

Mary Jasmin Yostos

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2002

Maria M. Andrade

Duncan R. Autrey II

Lydia Catherine Marie Bosnos

Emma Victoria Broomfield

Stephanie Payne Clarke

Jeremy Clift

Elyssa Camille Davis

William Scott Finkelstein

Kathleen Sturey Fontaine

Jennifer Elizabeth Gillespie

Jeffrey J. Gontero

Vedrana Hadzialic

Mitchell E. Hochberg

Kamden Dee Hoffmann

Nicholas Kincode Iovacchini

Molly W. Jackson

Liz Jayankura

William Henry Kopke

Amy Eileen Lestition

Lee Seth Lubarsky

Brett C. Model

Ulrich Cedric Myboto

Andres M. Ovejero

Audrey L. Plonk

Jonathan Lewis Schwartz

Erin L. Taylor

Todd R. Vollmers

Robert H. Winthrop

Aris Yortzidis

2003

Geoffrey Trotter Bieger

Iku Fujimatsu

Scott N. Harmon

Sean P. Jamieson

David Jason Kay

Carolyn Anne Krumme

Chris John Kucharski

Sarah Olivia Ladislaw

Julie B. Macartney

Christian Matthew Maher

Scott Ira Marcus

Clark Melton Munson

Edith Webster Naegele

Andrew M. Obler

Cynthia Gail Rider

Andrea Dawn Schrag

Heidi Bauer Souerwine

2004

Yvonne Captain-Hidalgo

Rachel L. Davis

Matthew W. Dolan

Deidre E. Freitas

Alessandra Maria Mediago

Melissa A. Nachatelo

David F. Nadasi

Jennifer Q. O’Herron

Joshua Ephraim Present

Stavros Vasiliadis

Chirag B. Vyas

Craig Ross Wilderman

Katherine W. Wright

2005

Jennifer Lynne Andreone

Michael L. Brosgart

Adam Matthew Brown

Vinette Elizabeth Brown

Alexander David Cashman

Rachel Leigh Coleman

Adam Crown

Barbara M. DeRosa-Joynt+

Peter Garrett Feldman

Lisa A. Fineberg

Patrick Funiciello

Ramiro Gonzalez

Vedrana Hadzialic

David Jason Kay

Kevin Charles Lemons

Crystal Marie Long

Lindsey Anne Whalen

Omar Woodard

Ariel Reuben Wyckoff

2006

Sheryn Elsa Alexander

Skyler Guard Badenoch

Michael S. Barnett

Erin E. Baumann

Timothy D. Beard IV

Conrad B. Chaffee

Eliot Pietrafesa Danner

Danielle Carol DeFant

Luis Rene Flores

Sean Y. Holiday

Christopher T. Kiple

Choon S. Lee

Tara Lea Levasseur

Brendan Michael Lill

Diana Elaine Wold Marszalek

David F. Nadasi

Lindsey Farrah Randall

Bridget Mary Realmuto

Stephanie Nichole Richter

Bryan William Roberts

Shamala Shibles

William R. Timmons IV

Yu Fen Tsao

Glen Edward Vierk

Carrie Amanda Warick

Rebecca K. Wexler

* Deceased

+ Five-year consistent donor


We are grateful to the following corporations, foundations, governments and

organizations for their financial support and partnership during 2006-2007.

corporAtions, founDAtions

AnD institutionAl supporters

American International Group, Inc.

Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry,

Southern Jurisdiction, U.S.A.

Anheuser-Busch Foundation

Bank of America

Barclays Global Investor

Bear Brokerage, LLC

The Boeing Company

Bunzl Mid Central Region

James J. Burke & Associates, LLC

Carnegie Corporation of New York

Caterpillar, Inc.

The Coca-Cola Company

Community Foundation for the National Capital

Region

Concrete Express, Inc.

Department of Defense

Department of Education

Diamond Bank

DVT Consultants LLC

Ernst & Young Foundation

ExxonMobil Corporation

Fannie Mae Foundation

Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation

Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund

Folke Bernadotte Academy

The Ford Foundation

Freeman Foundation

GE Foundation

GEK Property Corporation

Gendell Family Foundation

Goldman Sachs Group

Government of Canada

Grand Street Boys’ Foundation

Guy Viti Insurance Agency

Hellenic Republic

HGB Services LLC

HSBC Bank USA

ING (U.S.) Financial Services Corporation

J.M.V. Associates, LLC

Japan-United States Friendship Commission

Jewish Communal Fund

Korea Foundation

Limelight Investment Corporation

The Henry Luce Foundation, Inc.

John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation

Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc.

Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

Merrill Lynch & Company Foundation, Inc.

Microsoft Corporation

Motorola Foundation

NASA—Goddard Space Flight Center

NASA—Stennis Space Center

National Science Foundation

National Security Agency

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The New York Times Company Foundation, Inc.

Northrop Grumman Corporation

Office of Naval Research

Pearson Education

Pitney Bowes, Inc.

Pitney Bowes Management Services

Principal Financial Group Foundation, Inc.

Providence Capital Advisors, LTD

Raytheon Company

Schaffer & Associates International, LLC

Shell Oil Company Foundation

Smith Richardson Foundation

Sumner Gerard Foundation

TelePacific Communications

Tides Foundation

U.S. Institute of Peace

United Space Alliance, LLC

United Technologies Corporation

United Way of Miami-Dade

Vanguard Group, Inc.

Verizon Foundation

Wachovia Corporation

Wolcott Foundation


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Associate Deans (L-R) david Grier, hugh

agnew and Kristin lord, with Dean

michael Brown (second from right)

48 AnnuAl report 2006-2007

Academic Advising: (front L-R) heather Yuzvenko, Julea reese, James

fry, deborah Timmons and Gabrielle fisher; (back L-R) annie Vinik,

nathan slusher, deborah Washington and lauren orr

Graduate Admissions: (seated L-R) andrea Poling, Jason richards and

Victoria alekhine; (standing) Jeff miles

Development: (L-R) amy mulry, marissa Pavia-Woodford, Khadijah

al-amin-el and Kelly Williams mccaskill

Graduate Student Career Development: (L-R) angella Griffin, Parke

nicholson, Julia Beyer, meaghan dolan and lisa stephenson

International Programs: (L-R) caroline donovan-White;

Public Affairs: Katie o’donnell, alicon morgan, menachem Wecker

and Kathleen reilly


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1957 E Street, NW, Suite 401

Washington, DC 20001

202-994-6240 phone

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www.elliott.gwu.edu

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