MSPM in the KNOW: November 5, 2019

Spring 2020 Capstone Registration

Reminder, registration for DNSC 6269 Project Management Application (Capstone) requires completion of all coursework or program approval. To register for Capstone, complete a Registration Transaction Form and email completed form to Details required for the form, such as the course CRN and section, may be found on the Schedule of Classes, under Decision Sciences. Those intending to enroll in the distance section of Capstone are required to attend a one week residency program at Foggy Bottom campus to defend their capstone projects. Tentative schedule for the residency week is from May 11-15, 2020 right before the University Commencement.  Questions about Capstone? Schedule an advisement session with Agnes Socrates via and include your GWid.

Executive-in-Residence Sessions

Thinking of changing careers or moving up in your current field? Come to the Executive-In-Sessions on November 7! It is an opportunity for one-on-one informational interviews with executives in several fields. See more information below.

Register now for the Executive-in-Residence Sessions!

Applications for Spring 2020 Knowledge in Action Career Internship Fund Grants Accepted through November 15, 2019

Students who will be interning in necessarily-unpaid internships in the Spring of 2020 are encouraged to apply to the Knowledge in Action Career Internship Fund (KACIF) program.

Facilitated by the university’s Career Services Council and funded through the generous support of alumni, parents and other members of the GW community, KACIF grants for domestic internships typically range from $750 to $1500 and grants for international internships typically range from $2000 to $3000.  Applications will be accepted through November 15, 2019. Interested students can go to the KACIF website at to review more information, including eligibility requirements and application instructions, and are invited to contact us at with any questions. You are invited to watch the video clip of past KACIF recipients talking about their experiences below.

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