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MSPM in the KNOW: January 31, 2017

Top 3 for 31 January 2017 

1-  2017 GWPMA Board. The MSPM Program welcomes new GWPMA Board:

  • President: Angela Knight
  • Vice President, Communications and Marketing: Lisa Samuel Hamilton
  • Vice President, Events: Tara Turner
  • Budget Officer/Treasurer: Queeneth Odimegwu

2-  Student Resources for success. The MSPM director serves as the academic advisor and staff resource for all MSPM students. Please contact your advisor with any questions regarding the program, degree requirements or any other matters pertaining to your degree. Students are responsible for understanding and complying with University, School, and MSPM Program requirements. Below is a listing of resources to assist in your success at GW:

3-  Events:

GWSB Spring 2017 Career Expo | Thursday, 2 February 2017

Women in International Business Roundtable | Wednesday, 8 February 2017

MSPM in the KNOW: January 10, 2017

Top 3 for 10 January 2017

1- Spring 2017 begins on Tuesday, 17 January. Make sure you are signed up for classes listed on your DegreeMAP. Review schedule of classes and register now to secure your seat and to avoid penalty from late registration. Last day to register without penalty is 16 January (see registration schedule for details).

2- Need to Check your Spring 2017 Class Schedule? Confirm your schedule by logging into GWeb.  Courses and class schedule can be found via the Student Records & Registration Menu under Student Schedule by Date and Time tab. This site provides your official registration details. Blackboard is not the site you should use to confirm this information. Remember, you won’t see your lectures via Blackboard until your professor turns it on which typically occurs the day before your first class.

3- Thank you MSPM Volunteers! Thank you Michael Ortiz, Samantha Macinnis and Queeneth Odimegwu for running the student/panel for the incoming students during the Spring Orientation on Saturday, 7 January. Students and program alike appreciate you for sharing your experiences in the program. We couldn’t have done it without you! Again, thank you.