Samuel J. Aronson
Assistant Dean; First Year Student Advisor; Curricular Dean for International Politics majors
Samuel J. Aronson is an Assistant Dean in the Georgetown University Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service. His research focuses on the intersection of science and technology with the Holocaust as well as an exploration of responses to the Holocaust by playwrights and other artists. He has authored numerous articles on anti-semitism and the use of Holocaust memory and frequently speaks on this subject. As a docent at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Dean Aronson regularly guides members of congress, judges and law enforcement officers, foreign diplomats and military officers, and other dignitaries through the museum's Permanent Exhibition and Special Exhibition. Dean Aronson is an Eagle Scout and holds degrees in History and Holocaust Studies as well as Education & Human Development from Albright College and The George Washington University.