Stefan Zimmers is a three-time Georgetown graduate, having earned his B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. in history from the university. He advises first year and sophomore students and also teaches in the history department. His primary academic area of interest is Anglo-Saxon and Angevin England although his other courses include Latin America, World and Modern European History. He is a frequent lecturer at the Smithsonian and other institutions on topics ranging from the general historic themes of modern Europe to the Black Death and the Crusades.
Candace Brianne Mosely
Candace Mosely joined the Office of the Dean at Georgetown University College of Arts & Sciences as the Program Coordinator in November 2016. In addition to working with the George F. Baker Scholars Program, she also supports the Social Responsibility Network and coordinates a number of the College’s events, including Parents Weekend, Commencement Weekend activities, and special events hosted by the dean’s office. Prior to joining the office, Candace spent six years in the University’s Office of Government Relations and Community Engagement where she focused on office management, event planning, and special project management. She is a double Hoya, having received both her Bachelor of the Arts degree and Master of the Arts degree from Georgetown University. Candace is originally from New Jersey and currently lives in Alexandria, VA.