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FDF Career Center: Resume Writing Labs for Non-English Writers

The F. David Fowler Career Center has two Resume Writing Labs for non-English writers scheduled in March and April. The session is open to all specialized masters students, but is focused on the needs of Chinese students:
Friday, March 25, 2016 2:00pm – 3:00pm
Friday, April 1, 2016  11:00am – 12pm
Students can view the information in GWorkSB (Events >> Workshops) and register for the labs.

MSPM: In the Know, April 14, 2015

Top 3 for 14 Apr

Seats Still Available for PMP Prep Course
The GW Project Management Association (PMA), in collaboration with the PMIWDC Chapter, is hosting a PMP Prep Course for the GW community. Register today before it sells out. Four-day course, May 2-3 and May 9-10, at $575 per person. This is a discount of over 40% off the standard PMIWDC rate.

• Megaprojects: Theory Meets Practice, Registration Opening Soon, 4-5 Jun
The latest agenda is posted for the “Megaprojects: Theory Meets Practice, 3rd International Workshop.” Registration is opening soon online. Spread the word about the event to your fellow project managers. For more details, contact Prof Kwak or the MSPM program.

Is your organization interested in a sponsorship opportunity? Contact Cambria Happ to discuss further.

Colonial Cup’s Day of Service, 26 Apr
MSPM students are invited to participate in Colonial Cup’s Day of Service on Sunday, 26 Apr, 10:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Volunteers will work with Loaves and Fishes, a meals ministry that serves the hungry, to set the dining room and serve each seated guest. If you are interested, sign up by Thursday, 23 Apr.

Loaves and Fishes is located at 1525 Newton St, NW in Washington, DC. Closest Metro station is Columbia Heights.

MSPM: In the Know, April 9, 2014

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Positions with Consigli Construction
Upcoming ITMPI Webinars
How Do You Like to Receive Information?

Dear MSPM students,

The top 3 items you need to know this week:

Positions with Consigli Construction

Consigli Construction is opening a new office in Washington, DC and they are looking to hire project engineers and project management interns. To learn more about the positions and to apply, contact Thomas Kellogg at thomas.e.kellogg@gmail.com. Additional information is also available on the George Washington University MSPM Student and Alumni Networking Group on LinkedIn.

Upcoming ITMPI Webinars

Have you opted in to your free subscription to ITMPI’s webinars? If so, you are invited to attend the following webinars:

10 Apr: Intelligent Disobedience with Raj Kapur

16 Apr: Top 20 Project Management Best Practices, Tips and Techniques by Tony Crawford

17 Apr: High-Leverage Actions to Dramatically Boost Intact Team Performance by Tom Devane

22 Apr: Leadership Skills for Project Managers by Susanne Madsen

How Do You Like to Receive Information?

The MSPM program routinely likes to check in with the students to understand how you prefer to receive information. It also allows you to tell us what is working and what could be improved upon. Please take 5 minutes to complete this short survey. The results of which will help us improve our communication with you, as students.

MSPM: In the Know, March 19, 2014

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Fall 2014 Registration Opens Tomorrow, 20 Mar
Fall 2014 Electives and Last Chance for a Spring 2014 Elective
Events Roundup

Dear MSPM Students,

The top 3 items you need to know this week:

Fall 2014 Registration Opens Tomorrow, 20 Mar

Registration for the fall 2014 semester opens tomorrow at 7am EDT via the GWeb Info Systems site. If you have confirmed your course registrations for the fall 2014 semester with me, register accordingly. If you need to confirm your course registrations or update your plan in DegreeMAP, schedule an advisement session with me via www.meetme.so/gwmspm. Register early to ensure a seat before we begin processing names on our wait list.

If you plan to register for DNSC 6269 PM Application (capstone) in the fall semester, you must register via a Registration Transaction Form (RTF), not via GWeb. Submit a completed RTF to my attention via email or fax for review and processing. Details for the form, such as the course CRN and section, may be found on the Schedule of Classes.

Fall 2014 Electives and Last Chance for a Spring 2014 Elective

The MSPM program will offer two 1.5 credit electives in the fall 2014 semester – DNSC 6290 International Project Management (Dr. Sam Ghosh) and DNSC 6290 Project Management & Organizational Context (Dr. Julia Keleher). Dr. Ghosh’s course will be offered during the first half of the semester, August 25-October 18, 2014. Dr. Keleher’s course will be offered during the second half of the semester, October 20-December 6, 2014. These electives are project management-specific, available both on campus and via distance, and may be applied to the Decision Sciences (DNSC) elective requirement for the program. An executive summary of each elective is available at www.gwprojectmanagement.org.

GWSB is also offering a unique on-campus course during the week of May 12-15, 2014. Earn 1.5 credits of general electives this spring through the MBAD 6290.12 Business & Society course by Rafael Lucea, Professor of International Business & International Affairs. The course offers an overview of the broad arena in which business operates with particular attention to its political, social and economic environments. The course is in DC and includes visits to the Fed, US Capitol, IMF, and USAID. To register, submit an RTF to my attention immediately via email or fax (CRN 97110). Only 6 seats remain!

Events Roundup

Tuesday, 25 Mar, 11am-12pm EDT – Understanding the Scaled Agile Framework webinar from ITMPI.

Wednesday, 26 Mar, 11:30am-1pm EDT – Practical Answers to Business Questions About Post-Award Bid Protests featuring Don Carney in Duques 453 in DC. Event is organized by PMIWDC and is free of charge.

Saturday, 29 Mar, 8pm-12am EDT – Fourth Annual Business Gives Back Gala at Long View Gallery in DC.

Wednesday, 2 Apr, 6-7pm EDT – Career Development Speaker Series: A Day as a Solutions Architect featuring Suneel Grover from SAS at Duques 353 in DC. This event is sponsored by the GW Business Analytics Association and counts toward the seminar requirement for the Certificate in Business Analytics.

The 14th Annual Robert P. Maxon Lecture, April 16, 2013

The 14th Annual Robert P. Maxon Lecture

Tuesday, April 16, 2013 | 6:00pm
Jack Morton Auditorium
805 21st St NW
Washington, DC 20052

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Join GW alumni, students, faculty and staff for the 14th Annual Robert P. Maxon Lecture. This year’s lecture will be delivered by Washington and Northern Virginia Business leader Hossein Fateh, BBA ’90, MS ‘97.

Mr. Fateh is the Co-Founder, President, CEO and Director of DuPont Fabros Technology, Inc.  In 2007 he successfully led the company through its initial public offering which resulted in net proceeds of approximately $678 million. Fateh is primarily responsible for managing the acquisition, development, leasing and management of all of the corporation’s properties. Mr. Fateh earned his bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and his Master of Science in Finance from George Washington University.

About DuPont Fabros Technology, Inc.

DuPont Fabros Technology, Inc. (NYSE: DFT) is a leading owner, developer, operator and manager of wholesale data centers and a real estate investment trust (REIT). The Company’s data centers are highly specialized, secure facilities used primarily by national and international technology companies to house, power and cool the computer servers that support many of their most critical business processes. DuPont Fabros Technology is headquartered in Washington, DC.

About Robert P. Maxon

The Robert P. Maxon Lectureship was established through Dorothy Maxon’s generous endowment gift to the School of Business in honor of her husband, Robert P. Maxon, B.A. ’48. A distinguished GW alumnus, Robert P. Maxon valiantly served his country in WWII and went on to serve in several executive positions for Mobil, retiring as general manager of worldwide corporate public relations. The annual lecture features prominent executives and academics making presentations on contemporary global management issues. The lectureship is designed to add depth to the understanding of the next generation of global business leaders.