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Spring 2017 Residency Week for DNSC 6269 Capstone, DE Section

Students in the distance section of DNSC 6269 PM Applications (Capstone) are required to participate in the residency week to complete the course requirements. Residency week will begin on Monday, May 15, and run through Friday, May 19. The class will meet each day for a full day beginning 8am in the School of Business (2201 G St, NW).

As a reminder, University Commencement is on Sunday morning, May 21, on the National Mall. For more details, visit https://commencement.gwu.edu/. Students are highly encouraged to attend all commencement activities following the residency week.

MSPM: In the Know

Top 3 for 3 May

1 – Resources and Student Engagement

Winners to be announced this week: Free seats in PMIWDC’s PMP Prep Course! The MSPM program is pleased to offer three free registrations to the Spring 2016 PMP Prep Course. Application has closed on 29 April 2016 and we are thrilled to have received many applications. Thank you to those who applied! The program is currently reviewing applications. The three winners will be notified via email this week.

The Growth Dialogue & GW-CIBER is hosting a free event, “The Impact of Disruptive Technology.”  Special Guest Speaker: Timothy Persons, Chief Scientist, U.S. Government Accountability Office. Speaker & Moderator: Danny Leipziger, Managing Director, The Growth Dialogue; Professor of Practice of International Business, GW School of Business. Open to all students, including MSPM students. Learn more about this event here.

There is still time to sign up for an evening of fun: Barrel Oak Winery Night!   The event was well recommended by MSPM students from last year. Event details below:

When: Wednesday, May 11th
Time: 5:30PM – 9:30PM
Where: Barrel Oak Winery in Delaplane, VA
Register HERE

2- MSPM Personnel Change

Reminder, Agnes Socrates is now your point of contact for questions about the MSPM program (see her blog from March). Ms. Cambria Happ has taken an Executive Director  role early this year with the GWUSB Masters Programs. While she’s happy to help during this transition, please direct your program-related questions to Agnes:

Email: aesocrates@gwu.edu | 202-994-1033 | schedule an advising session  via www.meetme.so/gwmspm.

This is the best time to schedule an advisement session to talk about Summer and Fall 2016 registration with Ms. Socrates.

3 –  Residency Week and Commencement

The MSPM Spring 2016 DNSC 6269 residency week begins on Monday, May 9 and will run through Thursday, May 12. This is the time when students enrolled in Project Management Application course (Capstone) come to campus to present their projects. Capstone students demonstrate their ability to integrate their accumulated learning experience and educational knowledge as well as to produce new information by applying their skills to the creation of a project management handbook; by evaluating and suggesting improvements in specific project environments; and through a case study or by analyzing some project management practices to determine the best. All the best to Spring 2016 Capstone students!

Reminder to graduating students, the GWUSB Masters and Doctoral Celebration Commencement is on Friday, May 13. Students must report to Funger Hall Lobby by 2:15 PM. Students will line up at Funger Hall Lobby then proceed to Smith Center as a group.   See the schedule here.

The University Commencement is on Sunday, May 15. More information is posted on GWU Commencement website.

Master’s regalia can be purchased from the GW Campus Store from Wednesday, May 11, through graduation day.

MSPM: In the Know, November 9, 2015

Top 3 for 10 Nov

Spring 2016 Registration Now Open
Registration for spring 2016 classes began yesterday, 9 Nov. If you have not done so, register for spring classes to ensure a seat in the courses you need to graduate. Not sure which classes to take? Review your plan in DegreeMAP and/or schedule an advisement session with me.

Registration in DNSC 6269 PM Application is not available via GWeb. To register, complete and submit a Registration Transaction Form to my attention via email, fax, or in person (Duques 550). The professor’s signature is not required, but you will need to enter all details for the course per the Schedule of Classes. Incomplete forms will be returned. Those in the DE section are required to participate in the residency week in DC May 9-13.

Tentative Summer 2016 Schedule
The summer 2016 schedule will be released by early March. The program plans to offer only electives this coming summer. The project management-focused elective offerings are:

  • DNSC 6290 Project Governance, Dr. Ghosh, 1.5 credit hours, 16 May-25 Jun
  • DNSC 6290 Project Management Methodologies, Dr. Khamooshi, 1.5 credit hours, 16 May-25 Jun

Congratulations to 3 MSPM Students
Throughout the year, the MSPM program awards current students seats in PMP prep courses through the PMIWDC Chapter. We are proud to announce three new PMP certified students who completed the prep courses and passed the PMP exam in recent months:

  • Durriyyah Johnson
  • Rajni Vij
  • Robert Endler

Congratulations!!!!!

MSPM: In the Know, October 27, 2015

Top 3 for 27 Oct

Spring 2016 Schedule of Classes Available
The spring 2016 schedule of classes is now available. Review the schedule and confirm your courses for spring 2016 using your plan in DegreeMAP. Questions? Schedule an advisement session with Cambria Happ via www.meetme.so/gwmspm. Registration begins Monday, 9 Nov, via GWeb.
Registration in DNSC 6269 Project Management Application (capstone) is not available via GWeb. To register, complete and submit a Registration Transaction Form to my attention via email, fax, or in person (Duques 550). The professor’s signature is not required, but you will need to enter all details for the course per the Schedule of Classes. Incomplete forms will be returned. Remember, registration in the DE section requires you to participate in the 5-day residency in DC (May 9-13). If you are local, register in section 10.
Blackboard Collaborate schedule for spring 2016 online/distance classes available on the blog. The Collaborate sessions are designed for the online students to provide real-time interaction with the professor.

Spring Short-Term Study Away Programs, Apply by 1 Nov
Six elective courses available during spring break 2016 through Global & Experiential Education. Interested in studying in Florida, Denmark, or Mexico during spring break? 1.5 and 3 credit hour courses available. Applications due Sunday, 1 Nov. For more information or to apply online visit business.gwu.edu/global or sbintl@gwu.edu.

Virginia Science and Technology Campus Library Now Open 24/7
Do you live in the Ashburn, VA area? If so, take advantage of the new VSTC Library hours. The library is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Use your GWorld card to tap into the library located in Enterprise Hall.

Spring 2014 Residency Week for DNSC 6269 Capstone, DE Section

Per Dr. Khamooshi, those in the distance section of DNSC 6269 PM Applications (capstone) are required to participate in residency week to complete the course requirements. Residency week will begin on Tuesday, May 13, and run through Friday, May 16. The class will meet each day for a full day in the School of Business (2201 G St, NW).

As a reminder, the GWSB Specialized Masters Celebration will take place on Saturday evening, May 17, in Lisner Auditorium. The University Commencement is on Sunday morning, May 18, on the National Mall. For more details, visit https://commencement.gwu.edu/.

Fall 2013 Capstone (DNSC 6269 PM Applications DE Section) Residency Week

For those in the distance section of the fall 2013 capstone course, residency week is scheduled for December 9-13, 2013 with Prof Kwak. Details will be provided to all in the first several weeks of class, which begins the week of August 26, 2013. If you have any questions, feel free to contact Prof Kwak.