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From organizer, Anna Matsiras:
SAVE THE DATE for another (unofficial) MSPM Happy Hour on Thursday, February 9th @ 6pm!! We will (95% positive) be holding the event at The Laughing Man Tavern near Metro Center … They have been extremely enjoyable thus far so we’re going to open it up to all students in the program so we can start using these as networking events & “getting to know your peers over beers.” You wouldn’t believe how much we can start learning from each other’s business success and ambitions! Unfortunately, I don’t have everyone’s email (hence, the sign-up problem for the last happy hour) so I will need to rely on everyone to forward the invite around when I set it up this weekend.
Please contact Anna (see Directory for contact or email email@example.com) if you would like to be included in email announcements about unofficial social and networking events. Thanks for organizing, Anna!
The Steven and Diane Robinson Knapp Fellowship has been established at the George Washington University by Steven Knapp and Diane Richardson Knapp to recognize, reward, and facilitate creative public service and academic engagement. GW undergraduate or graduate students are selected to design and implement entrepreneurial service-learning projects. Fellows work with the Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service, a faculty member and may work with other students or community partners to execute a project that makes a significant difference to the lives of others.
One or more Fellowship awards will be distributed annually, within the range of $2,500 to $10,000. Fellows may apply for this award to assist with conducting research and an action project for an independent study course. However, funds cannot be used for tuition. Fellows will receive professional development opportunities as they will be able to work with community partners and/or faculty members who are subject experts. Additionally, faculty advisor will receive funding for their role as an academic advisor to selected fellows.
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|Best Practices in IT Project Management – Luncheon & Webcast|
|Thursday, January 26, 2012|
|11:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.|
|Duquès Hall, Minerva Room 451
2201 G St NW
Washington, DC 20052
|“Best Practices in IT Project Management” is a GW Tech Alumni (GWTA) and GW Project Management Alumni (GWPM) co-hosted event, focused on formally recognizing the importance of Project Management within the Information Technology industry. This luncheon event will introduce attendees to the importance of adopting a governing PM methodology and the benefits of participating in a PM related professional organization such as the Project Management Institute. A buffet lunch will be provided.|