|Dear MSPM Students,|
Here are the top 5 things you need to know for November 19, 2019:
Congratulations Yumjirdulam Olontumen!
MSPM student, Yumjirdulam Olontumen was a member of the winning team, Zuulun, during the DC Climathon held on October 25th. Climathon is a global movement, with 24 hour hackathon events held simultaneously worldwide to develop climate change solutions. This year’s Climathon Challenge sought innovative business, tech, and social enterprise solutions for the end-of-life management of clothing and other textiles. Yumjirdulam’s team pitched their proposal to a team of expert judges and won the contest. Zuulun is repurposing hard to recycle post-consumer textile waste while relieving anxiety for those who face this mental health challenge. The venture provides weighted blankets by deploying a sustainable product life cycle using batting made of felted fabric scraps, and recycled cotton duvet covers. The winning team received cash award toward further development and implementation and will
advance into the GW New Venture Competition. Lastly, the winning team will have a
Mentor Session with Ron Hawk at Looptworks. Congratulations Yumjirdulam and team!
Completion Form, Due on December 1st
Certificate-seeking students who are completing their program requirements in Fall 2019 must complete a Certificate Completion Form no later than December 1st. Please visit your Academic Adviser’s Office or email completed form to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spring 2020 Blackboard Collaborate Session Schedule Now Available
The Blackboard Collaborate schedule for Spring 2020 semester is now available (see this link). Collaborate sessions are 60-minute live sessions that are designed for the online and campus students to engage with their professors on a weekly basis. It is highly recommended for all MSPM students. It offers opportunity to look at the week’s lecture in more detail and asking any questions to the professor regarding the lecture materials or assignments.
PMIWDC Washington Circle Luncheon Facilitation of Enhanced Knowledge Learning Through Neuro-Linguistic Programming
featuring Dr. Saya Sone
Event Date: Thursday,November 21, 2019 | 11:30 AM Networking | 12-1 PM Presentation
Location: The George Washington University School of Business, Duques Room 453 |
2201 G Street NW | Washington, DC, 20052
Agenda and Cost: This luncheon is free and open to the public. Advance registration is required to attend. REGISTER NOW!
About the Presentation: When Neuro-linguistic Programming (NLP) has a sound ground in facilitating knowledge learning. Using NLP creates a rapport environment to gain trust from participants. Our audience pay much more attention because they are engaged and empowered to express themselves. The presentation explains the learning process through knowledge flow from an individual, a pair, to a group. It will explain how to use NLP internal representation in auditory, visualization, and kinaesthetic to develop, internalize, and utilize new knowledge. The outcome of the presentation is to enhance facilitators’ skills in relation to establish a rapport environment to have a better understanding of people’s thought processes, behaviours, and language for successful facilitation sessions.
Join us Monday, December 2 from 8:30-9:30 a.m. in the Graduate Student Lounge and enjoy networking, conversation and free breakfast with fellow GWSB graduate students, faculty, staff and alumnus guest Brian Landau, Founder, Vennly
Agnes Socrates, MSPM
Schedule a meeting via this link
Homayoun Khamooshi, PhD
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