Mykelle Richburg MPA ‘20, participated in the GW Alternative Breaks Program in Los Santos, Costa Rica, that included a number of projects focused on sustainable development with the community-based organization, Green Communities. One of the projects included construction of a road to make travel more accessible. Advertisements
Thomas J. Rachko, Jr., MPA ’20, a full-time Associate in the U.S. Program at the Human Rights Watch, former New York City Urban Fellow, and honors CUNY Hunter College Grad, dedicates his career to criminal justice reform, drug policy and immigration!
Kaitlin Smith MPP ‘19, Analies Dyjak MA-ENRP ‘20, Diana Aguilera MPP ‘20, Diego Scharifker MPA ‘20, Gabriel Picinini MPA ‘20, and Anna Weckmuller MPP ‘20, spent the day touring both the Eisenhower Executive Building and West Wing at the White House!
We are proud to announce that the just-released U.S. News & World Report rankings place GW’s Trachtenberg School of Public Policy & Public Administration at 14th overall among 285 schools considered this year! Additionally, we ranked top 10 in public policy, top 8 in international global policy, top 9 in public management and leadership, top … More GW’s Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration ranked top 14!
Diego Scharifker, MPA ’20, a Venezuelan-American lawyer and a full-time specialist for the United Service Organizations, accepted to the GW Cisneros Hispanic Leadership Institute fellowship program!
Trachtenberg Environmental Resource Policy Students Raisa Barrera, MA-ENRP ‘20 and Tina Tagliaferri, MA-ENRP ‘20, received a scholarship to attend the 2019 International Women Day’s Forum, hosted by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation and the U.S. Department of State, where they learned how to achieve gender equality in the workplace and community!
Alivia Paden Roberts, MPA ‘20, accepts full-time position as Press Assistant for the House Committee on Energy and Commerce!
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Christopher Luis Stevenson, MPA ‘19, elected to Prince George’s County Democratic Central Committee!
This weekend Trachtenberg students competed in the NASPAA-Batten Student Simulation Competition which allows graduate students in public policy and related fields to test their skills on real-world data. During the day long-event, these students acted in various roles as cabinet members of a virtual country attempting to address a migrate issue. Congratulations students! (L-R) Reeve, … More NASPAA-Batten Student Simulation Competition