SFS Dean Kasper set to resign

December 1, 2011

At the end of this semester, School of Foreign Service Dean Bryan Kasper will leave Georgetown for a job at the State Department. Kasper has worked for Georgetown since 1998.
During his tenure at the university, Kasper has worked in the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, Office of Student Affairs, and the SFS Dean’s Office.
Kasper received a BA and MA in philosophy from American University, as well as an MA from the Georgetown SFS Security Studies Program.
Stephano Medina (SFS ‘12), one of Kasper’s advisees, also took his proseminar course on war and civilization during the fall of his freshman year. He recalled the personal relationship Kasper developed with all his advisees.
According to Medina, Kasper’s strength as a dean lies in his commitment to accommodating the goals of his advisees within the rigid SFS general and major requirements.
“I see him a couple times every semester,” Medina said. “Not only remembering me, he remembers conversations we had years ago.”


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