PMI Global Conference
A team of GWSB staff, faculty, students and alumni participated at the Project Management Institute’s Global Conference held from October 5-7, 2019 at Philadelphia Convention Center. We are very thrilled to have been involved in this amazing conference as this year marks PMI’s 50th anniversary. The conference started off with a Symposium involving Agnes Socrates as panelist during “Conversations with PMI Accredited Programs” followed by our team’s participation in the exhibit hall, led by current MSPM sudent and GWSB staff, Duaa Elzeney, and Natalya Bah’s workshop presentation, “Getting the Top Team Right–The Critical Innovation Ingredient”. More importantly, the highlight of the event includes GWMSPM recieving an award during the Professional Awards Gala for its recent, first time accreditation with PMI. The Global Conference featured a series of education sessions, exhibits and live TED talks applauding the achievements of professionals in a constantly disrupted world. Special thanks go out to our alumni for assisting us with the booth or representing the GWMSPM community: William Davis, Rahul Rathod, Mike Steele, and Leke Adetunij.
Spring 2020 Registration
Registration for Spring 2020 begins on November 14. Review your DegreeMAP and register for courses listed on your degree plan to secure your seats. MSPM classes are offered to non-MSPM students. This often results to seats going away quickly. Continuing students may register for classes on GWeb. List of course offerings are available via the registrar’s website. Registration for DNSC 6269 Project Management Application (Capstone) requires special approval from your academic advisor. Complete a Registration Transaction Form and email completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org. Details required for the form, such as the course CRN and section, may be found on the Schedule of Classes, under Decision Sciences. Questions about registration? Schedule an advisement session with Agnes Socrates via calendly.com/agnessocrates.
Reminder as Spring 2020 registration approaches, students are responsible for reviewing their records in GWeb to ensure they do not have any holds on their record. Holds can prevent you from registering, adding or dropping classes, receiving transcripts, obtaining grades, or graduating. Holds are placed on student accounts for various reasons, such as money due to GW, the need to meet with your advisor, placement on probation, or unmet immunization requirements. Learn more about holds on the Office of the Registrar’s website.