Christia Vassiliou: This is what it’s all about…

I would like to share a deeply enriching story of mine with you. It all has to do with the most valuable friendship I made earlier this year, with Mehmet Cem Ulgen. The significance of this friendship is that Cem is from Turkey and I am from Cyprus. It is to all known that the […]

M. Ali Haider: Pass on the Legacy!

FEELINGS! A simple word yet so complicated when we try to express what it means to us personally. We all have feelings. Some of us express them openly; others, just keep them within their souls. My feelings are open and this is what I feel. To some, GRSP is a mere program in a book. […]

Anne-Lise Boyer-Naar: A Tribute from a Fellow Bulldawg!

Anne-Lise Boyer-Naar was a member of the Class of 1991-92 and was selected as one of 13 students to represent GRSP and Georgia Rotary at the Rotary International Convention in Orlando; Anne-Lise speaks 5 languages. She attended the University of Georgia, majoring in media and broadcasting. Upon returning to Paris, she was selected for a […]

Ivan M. Viest, “What Being A GRSP Student Has Meant To Me.”

Ivan Viest was a member of the original Class of 1946-47. He attended Georgia Tech and became “a man without a country” when the Communists overran Czechoslovakia. He was rescued by Messrs. Will Watt, Kendall Weisiger and the Trustees. Later, he became a naturalized US citizen. Ivan has had a distinguished career as a civil […]