New Students Spring 2012
Executive Education welcomed 15 new students to its executive degree programs for the Spring 2012 semester. These students, hailing from nine countries, are enrolled in the most diverse degrees in program history: Executive Master of Public Administration, Executive Master of International Relations, Certificate of Advanced Study in (CAS) Public Administration in addition to Certificates of Advanced Study in e-Governance, Leadership of International and Non-Governmental Organizations and the department’s newest CAS, Public Infrastructure and Management and Leadership in conjunction with Syracuse University’s L.C. Smith College of Engineering and Computer Science.
The students spent a day in orientation learning about Maxwell (and the all-important Athenian Oath) and program requirements. They had the opportunity to hear from Senior Associate Dean Michael Wasylenko, Executive Education Director Steve Lux in addition to Executive Education Associate Director and PARCC Director Catherine Gerard and Professor Larry Schroeder.
The new students join the 85 other full- and part-time students in Executive Education. Pictured in the photo below are in the back row: Steve Lux, Director, Executive Education; Ali Isler, Turkey; Fatih Akman, Turkey; Prem Gera, India; Dong Seok Woo, South Korea. Middle row: Margaret Lane, Assistant Director, Executive Education; Ahmet Kaya, Turkey; Rekha Gupta, India; Dwi Simanungkalit, Indonesia; Yavuz Ilter, Turkey. Front row: Waheed Ahmadi, Afghanistan; Sofia Greco, Argentina; Chong Eun Kim, South Korea; Kishan Gangadhara, India. Not pictured are: Mohammad Bushahri, Kuwait; Cory Cali, United States and Bayasgalan Nyamdavaa, Mongolia.