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MSPM in the KNOW: February 14, 2017

Top 3 for 14 February 2017

1-  Congratulations, Dr. Julia Keleher! MSPM faculty, Dr. Julia Keleher is the new Secretary of the Department of Education in Puerto Rico. Under the administration of Governor Ricardo Rosselló Nevares, Dr. Keleher will be overseeing the management and usage of funds in the Department of Education, and using all available information to assess the actual performance of the education system in Puerto Rico. Dr. Keleher brings 20 years of professional career managing educational projects, overseeing the use of federal funds, and providing technical assistance to school districts and educational agencies. She also founded her own consulting firm, Keleher & Associates, in 2009. Dr. Keleher currently teaches DNSC 6235 Communication Strategies in Project Management at the George Washington University MS in Project Management Program. She will also be teaching DNSC 6238 Project Management Organizational Context in Summer 2017. The GWU MSPM family is proud of her recent success! View Dr. Keleher’s recent interview.

2-  Summer 2017 Registration. Registration for the 2017 Summer Sessions will open on Wednesday, 1 March. Continuing students may register for classes on GWeb. View list of course offerings via the registrar’s website. If you need help with what classes to sign up for, schedule an appointment with your adviser, Agnes Socrates via www.meetme.so/gwmspm and include GWid.

3-  Free Seats in PMIWDC’s PMP Prep Course, two consecutive weekends beginning 25 February! The MSPM program is pleased to offer two free registrations to the Winter 2017 PMP Prep Course. The course dates are 25-26 February; 4-5 March, two consecutive weekends. You must be available for the two consecutive weekends to participate in the review classes. Sessions are from 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM. Course valued at $995.

If interested, submit the following to aesocrates@gwu.edu by 5 p.m. EST on 16 February 2017:

  • Name, GWid, and Contact Info
  • PMI Membership Number and Chapter Affiliation
  • 300 Word Statement as to Why You Should Receive Free Registration