Top 3 for 8 August
1- Congratulations Yuxin Hu! Yuxin is now the new MSPM delegate for the International Student Advisory Board (ISAB) for School Year 2017-2018. Students on the ISAB serve as advisors to Global & Experiential Education (G&EE) regarding orientation, programming and issues of significance to the graduate international student experience. We are fortunate to have Yuxin represent the MSPM program. Congratulations Yuxin!
2- Taking Capstone in Fall 2017? Reminder, the DNSC 6269 PM Application (Capstone) course is taken in the final semester of the program. All core courses must be completed prior to enrollment in capstone. An exception is made for fulltime students who may be required to enroll in Capstone and outstanding core courses simultaneously or for students with extenuating circumstances. Approved Policy Exception is required if you are not on your final term in the program and you are planning to take Capstone. Please submit your completed Policy Exception request to Agnes Socrates, firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 23 August 2017 for consideration.
3- The US-Philippines Society and the GWU-MSPM are pleased to invite you to a Forum with Development Academy President, Dr. Elba S. Cruz. Event is free and lunch will be provided. Details are as follows:
Monday, 14 August 12-2pm | GW School of Business 2201 G Street NW Washington DC 20052 | Register Here
About the Speaker: Dr. Cruz, President and CEO of the Development Academy of the Philippines (DAP), will discuss issues of Philippine governance focusing on the reform agenda of the Duterte Administration. She will highlight the role of the DAP in capacity building and its Center of Excellence for Public Sector Productivity, and describe how effective project management can be a catalyst for improved public sector productivity, good governance, and national development.