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.
•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.
•8 Oct, Info Session for the Global Business Consulting Short-Term Consulting Abroad Program
Interested in solving real-world challenges for global clients? Looking for a unique experience to fulfill a 3 credit hour elective requirement? Learn more about the Global Business Consulting Short-Term Consulting Abroad Program at an info session Thursday, 8 Oct, 6:15-7 p.m. in Duques Hall, room 620. Application deadline is 6 Nov. Contact GW-CIBER to learn more at firstname.lastname@example.org.
•MSPM Alum Hiring Two Analyst-level Positions
Emma Pincoffs, MSPM ’04 is seeking MSPM students or alumni to fill two analyst-level positions with The Capital Group. The positions will support the Federal Aviation Administration. Apply online via GWorkSB.
POSITION NOW CLOSED. The World Bank is seeking an analyst for a short term consultancy on their Enabling the Business of Agriculture (EBA) project.
The EBA project seeks to generate information which will enable policy makers to make more informed choices in the agricultural sector. The program combines the annual monitoring of comparative indicators across countries with periodic studies covering broader policy related issues and performance parameters identified as particularly critical. Special attention is given to those issues which are judged to be restricting the growth and development of the broader agriculture sector, and in particular of the family farming sector in developing countries. The project focuses on 10 sectoral topics, and this position will support the team working on Access to Water, seeking to inform and encourage policy and regulatory decisions that support inclusive, efficient and sustainable governance for the allocation and utilization of water resources for agriculture.
•DreamSpark and Microsoft Project
The GWSB IT team is working to ensure MSPM students have access to DreamSpark and are able to download Microsoft Project. Once all accounts have been either created or renewed an update will be sent to all. For those enrolled in DNSC 6261 and DNSC 6262, Prof Jain is aware of the situation. An alternative means of accessing Microsoft Project is available through the Virtual Computer Lab.
•3rd Annual GWSB Career Week, 8-11 Sep
The F. David Fowler Career Center is proud to host Career Week 2015 next week, 8-11 Sep. The programming prepares GWSB students to compete effectively in the employment market while networking and connecting with hiring decision makers. This event is open to all GWSB students. RSVP for each event via GWorkSB >> Events >> Workshops.
•GWSB Short-Term Study Away Programs Announced for Winter & Spring 2016
The GWSB Global & Experiential Education team announced the winter and spring 2016 short-term study away programs last week. Interested in learning more about the courses and destinations? Attend the Short-term Study Away Information Session on Tuesday, 15 Sep, 6-7:30 p.m. in Duques Hall, room 251. For those not able to attend, the session will be recorded and posted online for all to view. The courses qualify as general elective options for the MSPM degree.
•Summer 2015 Short-Term Study Abroad Application Deadline, 16 Feb
The deadline to apply for the summer 2015 programs has been extended to Monday, 16 Feb. GWSB is offering five faculty-led programs and six short-term exchanges. Full details are available online. You can also learn more about each program by watching the recorded info session from 28 Jan. If you have questions, contact email@example.com. All study abroad programs must receive MSPM advisor approval before applying.
• AFCEA Educational Foundation Scholarships
The AFCEA Educational Foundation awards multiple scholarships annually. The graduate-level scholarships are open to those currently enrolled in their second semester with at least two semester-equivalent courses per term. A current overall GPA of 3.0 or higher is required. Visit the AFCEA site for more information and to apply. Contact AFCEA directly with questions.
•Spring Career & Internship Fair, 11 Feb
This fair provides opportunities for students and alumni to meet with employers from a variety of industries recruiting for full-time, part-time, and internship positions. More than 100 organizations will be on site. Log in to GWorkSB to RSVP for the fair and learn about the employers and positions available.
While in GWorkSB, review the list of upcoming workshops, employer information sessions, and on-campus recruiting events.
•Last Day to Add/Drop via GWeb, 25 Jan
Sunday, 25 Jan, is the last day to register, add, or drop using the GWeb Info System. After this date students must use a Registration Transaction Form to make changes to their schedule. GWeb registration is available from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Failure to register for classes or to apply for a Leave of Absence puts your enrollment at GW in jeopardy. Take the necessary steps to protect your enrollment in the MSPM program. Questions? Schedule an advisement session to discuss.
• Short-Term Study Abroad Info Session, 28 Jan
GWSB Global & Experiential Education offers 11 opportunities for graduate students to study domestically or overseas this summer and earn up to 6 credits. Interested in learning more about these programs? Join G&EE on Wednesday, 28 Jan, 5:30-6:30 p.m. in Duques 255. Reception will follow from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Online students interested in learning more? Contact G&EE at firstname.lastname@example.org or 202-994-0767 to discuss.
Put that student ID to work! A variety of retail stores, sports teams, restaurants, and other businesses offer discounts for flashing your student ID. Visit the following websites for listings of these discounts:
•GW Commencement 2015
The GW commencement site is now live for 2015. Details on the events hosted by GW and the GW School of business are included. The website will reflect the latest information. Students who graduate in Fall 2014, Spring 2015, and Summer 2015 are invited to participate. For those who graduate in Spring or Summer 2015, I will be sending instructions on how to apply for graduation shortly.
• Short-Term Study Abroad Programs Info Session, 28 Jan GWSB Global & Experiential Education offers 11 opportunities for graduate students to study domestically or overseas this summer and earn up to 6 credits. A complete list of the programs is available online. Interested in learning more about these programs? Join G&EE on Wednesday, 28 Jan, 5:30-6:30 p.m. in Duques 255. Reception will follow from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Online student interested in learning more? Contact G&EE at email@example.com or 202-994-0767 to discuss.
•Attend the MSPM Spring Reception, 9 Jan
The GW MS in Project Management Alumni Network cordially invites all current students to connect with alumni at the program’s spring orientation. You can also help welcome the incoming class of students. Hors d’ouevres, beer and wine will be served. Free to attend, register today! Friday, 9 Jan, 6-7:30 p.m. in Duques Hall, 6th Floor.