There has been some confusion over which instructors are teaching which courses so here is the up-to-date list:
Cost Estimation – Dr. Jain
Introduction to Project Management – Dr. Kwak
Optimization Models – Dr. Jarrah
Project Management Application (Capstone) – Dr. Khamooshi
PM Finance – Dr. Easley
Project Organization: Strategy and Growth – Dr. Blindenbach
Project Organization: Creativity and Learning – Dr. Blindenbach
Risk Analysis for Decision Making – Dr. Jarrah
Risk Management – Dr. Khamooshi
(NEW!) Statistics for Managers – Dr. Prasad
Note that Dr. Cioffi is not teaching this semester but will be back in the summer for Planning & Scheduling!
GW will be closed on Thursday, November 25 and Friday, November 26.
There are no classes on Wednesday, November 24 but the University will be open.
All MSPM Students – We will be opening registration for MSPM courses to non-MSPM students so please make sure you register to ensure you are able to take the courses you need. Please let me know ASAP if you have any questions.
If you would like to register for the 2010 EcoBuild America Conference as an attendee, please visit this site: https://www.aececobuild.com/register.
When registering, please use the following code for potential discounts: GWU15.
We look forward to seeing you there!
GW MSPM will be at the 2010 EcoBuild America Conference in Washington, DC on December 8 and 9!
EcoBuild has been kind enough to offer our students the opportunity to volunteer for the Conference, which is scheduled for December 6-10. For more information about specific volunteer opportunities, please visit this website: http://www.aececobuild.com/registration/volunteer-opportunities.
Be sure to say that you are a GWU MSPM Student!
Thank you to Sylvia Gray for forwarding this information:
OPEN (Organization of Pakistani Entrepreneurs of North America) Career Fair on November 20, 2010 from 2pm – 4pm EST
Introduction to OPEN DC
The DC chapter of OPEN was set up about 6 years ago by four friends/ Entrepreneurs. We currently have 28 charter members and over 200 regular members.
Our members represent a variety of industries including but not limited to Information Technology/ Software Development, Construction and Engineering, Financial Services, Medicine, Real Estate, Government, International Relations, Medicine, Marketing, Education, Arts, Science/ R&D, NGO’s among others.
The purpose of OPEN DC is to help entrepreneurs and professionals network and forge business relationships.
Info and registration for their Annual Event – “Survivor DC” and the Career Fair can be found on http://www.openwashingtondc.org
International Education Week is coming up and the GWSB and GW are planning several events, including a photo competition.
Click here for more information on university-wide events . . . Click here for guidelines for the GWSB Photo Contest . . .
Students can register through the GWeb registration system between 7:00 AM and 8:00 PM EST starting Monday, November 8.
To register for Capstone, students should submit a Registration Transaction Form and Graduation Application to the program director.