IWP students often go on to become leaders in the national security, intelligence, and international affairs communities. This section highlights and celebrates their achievements and shares other relevant news.

IWP students continue to volunteer for veterans

On November 10, IWP students and alumni gathered again to volunteer with The Mission Continues, a veteran-run group that helps to improve the community for service men and women once they are back home.  This service project, which took place at Kenilworth Elementary School, was organized by IWP’s Student Government Association. 

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IWP students volunteer with The Mission Continues

On October 13, IWP’s Student Government Association (SGA) gathered a group of students and alumni to volunteer for a day with The Mission Continues, a veteran-run group that helps to improve the community around service men and women once they are back home.  

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Meet MAJ Brian Platt, Class of 2012

IWP alumnus Brian Platt joined the Army in the mid-1990s, and spent several years in the reserves after completing his active duty.  He rejoined the active Army in 2007 as an Army Strategist partly because he looked forward to working with a small group of military officers with similar interests, and partly because of the…

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Reflections upon graduation

I always had a passion for political science and government-to-government relations, and after getting my Master’s in Finance from ESSCA, a French Business School, I knew I wanted to combine both my skills and knowledge in finance and business with my deep interest for international affairs. 

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Valedictory Remarks, Derrick Shaw, Class of 2012

Dr. Lenczowski, Dean Smith, Ambassador Whittlesey, Dr. Wu, Colonels Eastman and Gunhus, distinguished Chairman and members of the Board of Trustees, Faculty and staff members, friends and family, and colleagues in the IWP Class of 2012.  I am extremely humbled and honored to have the opportunity to speak here today on behalf of our class.

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