Fall 2019Graduation Application, Due October 1
Completing MSPM requirements in Fall 2019 semester? If so, you must apply for graduation. All degree-seeking students must complete an application by the October 1st deadline via GWeb. Late applications will be assessed a$35 fee so act now before penalty applies. To apply for graduation, please follow the instructions below:
- Log in to GWeb using your GWID and PIN.
- Click on the Student Records & Registration Menu tab, and select the “Student Records Information” link.
- Click on the “Apply to Graduate” link to begin your graduation application
Interested in real-time communication with your fellow MSPM students? The GWPMA (student organization) would like to create a WhatsApp group for project management students to allow a real-time communication group to interact with everyone within the MSPM program. Please see the link below that provides a survey for anyone interested in joining the WhatsApp group.
We are also hosting our first social event for the semester at Circa (Foggy Bottom) on September 27 at 5:30 pm. We hope to see as many students possible so please be there. If interested, please RSVP via the MSPM Facebook page.
2019 PM Symposium
The GW MSPM program was honored to have been a sponsor for the 2019 PM Symposium held on September 20 at Sheraton Hotel at Tyson’s Corner. The PM Symposium is the Project Management Institute’s Washington DC (PMIWDC) Chapter’s premiere annual educational event. We thank our student leaders for taking the lead in running our exhibit table and for reprsenting our program to the larger project management community. Thank you Tahirah Dickenson, Marie Chambers and Amanda Rollins!
Mental Flexibility, Thrive or Survive This month’s PMIWDC Washington Circle Luncheon presents Mental Flexibility, Thrive or Survive featuring Martine Cantrel. PMIWDC’s Washington Circle luncheons are a series of free brownbag luncheons hosted by the GWU MSPM Program. Event is free and open to public! Register here.
About the topic. Explore your mental boundaries. A rational adventure of your consciousness and subconsciousness. In this workshop, we will look at our thinking process, identify our boundaries and attempt to push these boundaries by participating in fun activities. Stepping out of our boundaries help us become more perceptive and understanding of other people who do not function like us. The awareness and appreciation of our differences increase our ability to interact positively and constructively with others. Read more.
Event Date: Thursday, September 26, 2019 from 11:30 AM to 1 PM
Event Location: The George Washington University School of Business, Duques Room 453
2201 G Street NW
Washington, DC, 20052