The Eagle: The Institute of World Politics Newsletter (2019.10.31)

Commodore John Barry Room dedicated at IWP’s annual Chancellor’s Council Meeting

On October 22-23, 2019, a group of IWP’s top supporters gathered in Washington, D.C. for a series of events and seminars with IWP faculty, alumni, and students. This Chancellor’s Council Meeting began with a reception on October 22 in which the front classroom in Marlatt Mansion was named in honor of Commodore John Barry, who is known as “The Father of the American Navy.”

At the reception, John and Cynthia Lovewell were honored for their incredible support to IWP. Cynthia Lovewell is a direct descendant of Commodore John Barry’s family. Read more


John Lovewell named Chairman of the Board at IWP

John Lovewell, longtime Vice Chairman of IWP, has been elected Chairman of the Board of Trustees. Owen Smith, Esq. has been elected Chairman Emeritus after 14 years of leading IWP. Read more


Two IWP alumni receive the most prestigious FBI award

John Russo (’06) and Tim B. (’12) were recently awarded the “Director’s Award for Excellence” in the category “Outstanding Counterintelligence Investigation” by the FBI. This award is the most prestigious FBI award: only one investigation out of more than several thousand is selected each year. Read more


Three new students receive The Louis DeJoy and Aldona Z. Woś Family Foundation Scholarship

Three recent college graduates, Braeden, Don, and Sarah, have been awarded the prestigious Louis DeJoy and Aldona Z. Woś Family Foundation Scholarship. Read more


Alumni Spotlight: Roger Myers, Acquisition lead for Air and Missile Defense, Army Futures Command

Roger had 38 years of experience working in the Department of the Army and the Department of Defense when he came to IWP to pursue his Graduate Certificate in International Politics. Read more


Also of note

Articles by faculty and students

Videos of recent events 

Above: This fall, students on Team Russia and Team NATO competed in a three-week crisis simulation called Baltic Storm.

Baltic Storm is an opportunity for students to gain firsthand experience in learning the skills of both intelligence analysis and policymaking in a crisis scenario. It was originally created by two IWP alumni, Jeremy Boss and Nathan M. Kerr.


In the title picture: IWP President John Lenczowski, Cynthia Lovewell, and Chairman John Lovewell outside the newly-named Commodore John Barry Room.


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Source: The Institute of World Politics, News & Publication, 31 October, 2019.

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