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Posted at 5:57 PM ET, 02/25/2011

Reinoso lands at Georgetown

By Bill Turque

Former deputy mayor for education Victor Reinoso is Georgetown University's new senior adviser for new project development, the school paper reported this afternoon. Quoting the school's formal announcement, The Hoya said Reinoso, a 1991 Georegtown graduate, will report to President John J. DeGioia and Chief Financial Officer Chris Augostini and specialize in "innovations in international education, distance learning and long-term strategic development in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.

Mayor Vincent C. Gray replaced Reinoso, with De'Shawn Wright, who made his first appearance before the D.C. Council on Wednesday.

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By Bill Turque  | February 25, 2011; 5:57 PM ET
 
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Gee, wonder where he is going to steal his "research" from this time.

Posted by: Wyrm1 | February 26, 2011 9:57 AM | Report abuse

no all hie is going to do is copy other on-line programs and add the G-town name.

Heck, if Central Mich Univ can open and market a program in DC, G-Town should be an attractive university for places like Dubai and other Arabs countries that covet American educations.

Posted by: simplewords999 | February 28, 2011 3:42 PM | Report abuse

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