Robert Zoellick, photo courtesy of The Daily Princetonian.

WWS Perks: The Leadership and Governance Program

Mar 25, 2013
Published by: Kidus Asfaw
Launched in 2009, the Woodrow Wilson School’s “Leadership and Governance Program,” brings prominent public policy leaders to the School who are unable to spend a full semester or academic year on campus, but can visit for a shorter period of time. While on campus the “distinguished visitor” delivers a public lecture, meets informally with individuals or small groups of students, and participates in classroom discussions. Kidus reflects on Robert...
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John Templeton

Meet John Templeton, the man behind graduate admissions

Mar 19, 2013
Published by: WWS Admissions
John Templeton is the Associate Dean, Director of Graduate Admission at the Woodrow Wilson School. He has worked at Princeton University since 1988 and has been recognized for his commitment to increasing access to higher education for groups that have been historically underrepresented. Name: John TempletonHometown: Madison, WisconsinAlma Mater: Whitman College, Walla Walla, WATitle: Associate Dean, Director of Graduate AdmissionRole: Manage...
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Madi Sengupta

Student Spotlight: Madhurita Sengupta, MPA ’13

Mar 18, 2013
Published by: WWS Admissions
This is the first post in our weekly Student Spotlight series, in which we sit down with current students and ask five questions about their life prior, during, and after attending the Woodrow Wilson School. Madi Sengupta, MPA ’13 Field: I, International RelationsHometown: Houston, TXAlma Mater: University of Texas, Austin ’07 What did you do before studying at the Woodrow Wilson School? Prior to WWS, I worked at the NASA Johnson Space Center in...
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Ann Corwin

Career Services: The Wilson School’s Best Kept Secret

Mar 15, 2013
Published by: Alex Utsey
What’s one of my favorite things about attending a small graduate school program? The personalized career services experience. It’s important to me to have one-on-one guidance when figuring out what to do after grad school, and the Woodrow Wilson School has exceeded my expectations in every way. The week we arrived at Princeton, students had meetings with the two Career Services directors, Ann Corwin and Cherena Walker, to get to know them. We...
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