April 4, 2012
Know a friend or student organization that deserves recognition for their contribution to the School of Business community? Nominate them for a GWSB Undergraduate Programs Award!
The GWSB Office of Undergraduate Programs sponsors five awards on an annual basis: Outstanding Freshman, Outstanding Sophomore, Outstanding Junior, Outstanding Senior and Outstanding Student Organization. Any member of the GWSB community may nominate for any of the awards. All recipients are recognized at the Undergraduate Programs Student Leadership Dinner. Nominations must be received by the Office of Undergraduate Programs no later than Friday, April 20th.
Want to learn more or start your nomination? Click HERE for more information.
The International Services Office (ISO) is recruiting International Student Ambassadors (ISAs) to assist us with the Fall 2012 International Student Orientation, which will be held the week of August 20-25. ISAs help the ISO throughout orientation by assisting incoming international students, welcoming them to campus, and helping them adjust to their first few days in Washington, D.C.
Responsibilities may include:
- Assisting with social outings
- Helping in the Welcome Center
- Checking in students at orientation
- Setting up information tables prior to orientation
- Manning information tables
- Speaking on a student panel
- Giving advice
- Answering questions
Most importantly, as a seasoned student, you will be a vital informational resource for the new students and the face of GW.
American and International students are all welcome to apply. We are hoping to select 25 ISA’s in total. This is a volunteer position. You must be available August 20, 21, and 22. Students available the entire week are preferred. If you are accepted for the position and have guaranteed housing on campus, our office will negotiate an early move-in date for you. (Please make a note in your application if your participation is contingent on this.)
To apply, please fill out the form at: http://tiny.cc/s06xbw by April 10. Interviews will be conducted the following week and training will be held Friday, April 27 and Monday, August 20.
Friday, April 13, 2012
9:30am to 6:30pm
Duquès Hall, 6th Floor
2201 G Street, NW
Washington, DC 20052
This year, we will be concluding the GW Business Plan Competition on Friday, April 13, with a day-long event of presentations, food and refreshments, and exciting guest speakers. Come meet our 8 finalist teams and network with entrepreneurs and professionals from around the country. The keynote speaker is Hooman Radfar, Executive Chairman and Co-Founder, Clearspring Technologies. Registration is now open at http://2012bpcfinals.eventbrite.com.
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"On The Go " Ensuring a Quality Transportation System: A Town Hall with U.S. Secretary of Transportation, Ray LaHood
Thursday, April 19, 2012
The Jack Morton Auditorium
805 21st St, NW
7:00 to 8:00pm (Doors open at 6:30pm)
Summer School in Advanced Studies in Labour, HR and Employment Relations at the University of Montreal's School of Industrial Relations
16 July - 16 August, 2012
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
We are pleased to announce the second annual Summer School in Advanced Studies in Labour, HR and Employment Relations at the University of Montreal's School of Industrial Relations (ERIUM).
The Summer School will start on Monday July 16th, 2012 and end on Thursday August 16th, 2012. The three seminars in international aspects of health and safety at work, international human resource management and labour relations strategies will each be taught twice a week.
This is an opportunity for advanced undergraduate students, graduate students and practitioners to embark on an intense and stimulating intellectual adventure in a vibrant urban setting. Students from partner and exchange programs are especially welcome.
Full details, including course descriptions, at : http://www.eri.umontreal.ca/ecole/ecoled'eteinternationale2012.pdf
For more information contact :
Jean Charest (email@example.com)
École de relations industrielles
Université de Montréal
Julie Leblanc (firstname.lastname@example.org)
ERIUM - École de relations industrielles
Université de Montréal
GW School of Public Health and Health Services presents "Retail's Emerging Role in Community Health"
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Each year the GWSB Office of Undergraduate Programs presents the Outstanding Undergraduate Faculty Award to a GWSB faculty member in recognition of outstanding contributions to undergraduate education. Attributes possessed by the award winning professor may include, but are not limited to:
Challenged and inspired students in or out of the classroom
Created excitement about the professor's field of expertise
Overall, provided students with an outstanding educational experience
You are invited to nominate a faculty member you believe to be worthy of this award. To nominate a professor, please send a brief essay of no longer than one page via e-mail to email@example.com by 5:00pm on Monday, April 16, 2012.
Please take time to consider nominating your favorite GWSB professor for this prestigious award. If you have any questions contact the GWSB Office of Undergraduate Programs at (202) 994-7536.
April 13, 2012
2:00pm to 5:00pm
About the REU Program:
The Research Experience for Undergraduate program in the School of Business cultivates and supports research partnerships between undergraduate students and School of Business faculty members. The REU program provides opportunities for undergraduate students to work as part of the team on a faculty member's research project or to participate in a case competition requiring intensive research. The REU program engages undergraduates fully in the learning process and enables them to gain an appreciation of the role of research in business. For the academic year 2011-2012, we have 19 undergraduate students participating in the program working with 16 faculty members on diverse research projects.
The REU Annual Symposium is a showcase of students' research accomplishments and appreciation for our faculty mentors. The Symposium will be broken into two sections - the first hour will feature a poster session and reception, each REU student has prepared a poster describing his/her research overview, project goals, data, and results; the remaining two hours will be designated for REU student presentations.
If you would like to attend, please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, April 9, 2012.
Wednesday, April 11, 2012
6:00pm to 7:30pm, followed by a reception
Duques Hall 651, 2201 G Street, NW, Washington, DC 20052
To register: http://cgec.eventbrite.com/
The Institute for Corporate Responsibility (ICR) at the GW Business School is pleased to announce the next program in its ongoing series on Challenges in Corporate Governance. The program will be sponsored jointly by ICR and C-LEAF, The Center for Law, Economics, and Finance at the GW Law School. How does a Board compensate executives that run the company into the ground? Why does a Board compensate executives that perform poorly? The program will focus on Corporate Directors’ Role in setting executive compensation, with particular emphasis on “pay-for-performance” initiatives and the issues addressed in public companies’ Compensation Disclosure and Analysis that is required in their annual proxy form.
Questions? Contact Patti Niles, Institute for Corporate Responsibility, at (202) 994-5206 or email@example.com.
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Wednesday, April 18, 2012
6:30pm to 8:00pm
Bennett Resnik is a consultant on social capital and networks, and the creator of “The Hands We Shake” lecture series on how to build, grow, and sustain social capital. He is an expert in networking strategy and social capital retention. As a trusted adviser, he has helped start-ups, small businesses, non-profits and individuals build a comprehensive strategy to build and cultivate their social capital. Bennett advises his clients on how to locate and access social capital within their present networks and create a framework for future network strategy.
His knowledge and passion is illustrated through his engaging presentations. Bennett has become one of the most sought-after speakers on network strategy and social capital. View his speaking page (http://thehandsweshake.com/) for more details.
Bennett tells stories through data, mapping out a plot for clients to leverage and write better chapters for their businesses and personal goals.
As we become more stratified as a society, online social platforms will be one way to bridge communities and networks.
Active outreach to your networks will keep dormant contacts minimal
Social and organizational network analysis focuses on uncovering patterns of interaction and exchanges of content and resources.
Social networking can be like an airport; looking for our next connection, with possible delays and some nuts on board.
PLEASE RSVP TO firstname.lastname@example.org
RSVP to email@example.com
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Registration for summer classes opens on Monday, April 9, for all students.
Registration for fall classes begins on Tuesday, April 10, based on number of hours already completed; this does NOT include the classes you are taking this semester. For a schedule of when you should register, visit the Registrar's Website.
All students are strongly encouraged to meet with their advisor well in advance of their registration date. Advising appointments fill up quickly during the registration period, so don't procrastinate!
Express Registration Advising begins Wednesday, April 4 and continues through Wednesday, April 18:
9:30 am - 12:30 pm: express advising; no appointment needed
2:00 - 5:30 pm: express advising by appointment
Contact the Advising Center for more information: (202) 994-7027 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Calling all former New York Trek participants! Want to gain leadership experience while contributing to the continued success of the program? Then apply for a position on the New York Career Trek Planning Committee.
Learn more about the responsibilities and qualifications thorough the application available here.
The New York Career Trek will take place Wednesday, November 7, 2012 to Friday, November 9, 2012.
Applications for the 2012-2013 academic year will be accepted until Wednesday, April 4, 2012. Interested students should submit their written application and resume to email@example.com.
Join us for the third annual GW Women in Business (GWWIB) Spring Conference on Saturday, April 21, 2012, in Duques and Funger Halls at The George Washington University.
Keynote speakers include Princess Yasmine Pahlavi, Founder of The Foundation for the Children of Iran; Bobbie Lloyd, President and Chief Baking Officer of Magnolia Bakery; and Alexis Maybank, Founder and Chief Marketing Officer of Gilt Groupe.
The conference will feature ten industry-focused panel discussions with thought leaders in finance, consulting, marketing and advertising, sports management, food and restaurants, fashion, event planning, technology, law and policy, and media. Following an afternoon networking luncheon, attendees will participate in personal and career development workshops on topics such as mentorship, entrepreneurship, social media, diversity, business style, and philanthropy.
The conference is open to women and men of all ages. Tickets must be purchased in advance and include conference admission, breakfast, lunch, and dessert, a conference "swag" bag, and a signed copy of By Invitation Only, a new book by Gilt Groupe founders Alexis Maybank and Alexandra Wilkis Wilson.
On Thursday, April 12th, The GW School of Business Undergraduate Programs will host DCPS student achievers from Anacostia HS, Ballou HS, Eastern HS, HD Woodson HS, and Spingarn HS. GWSB undergraduate student mentors will facilitate a day of academic and professional workshops in an effort to support the work of DCPS teachers and administrators in preparing these students for future success. A networking reception will conclude the day's activities.
We are currently accepting applications from students who are interested in participating in the event as a mentor. Please submit a completed application and your resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications are accepted until Friday, April 6at 5:00PM. (Click here to download the application.)
Join us in developing a network of business/academic professionals for High Achieving DCPS students!
Effective Cybersecurity - Perspectives on a National Solution: the Robert P. Maxon Lecture featuring Wes Bush
The 13th Annual Robert P. Maxon Lecture
Mr. Wes Bush
Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and President
Northrop Grumman Corporation
Effective Cybersecurity - Perspectives on a National Solution
Monday, April 9, 2012 at 6:00pm
The George Washington University Media and Public Affairs Building
Jack Morton Auditorium (805 21st Street, NW)
Event is free and open to the public. Click here to RSVP.
Thank you for your patience but the GWSB 2012 Commencement website is finally up and available! The website includes information for students regarding the week's events, when and where to pick-up tickets, ceremony details, and links to the GWU Celebration website (purchasing regalia, commencement fair, etc.).
- This year all graduates will receive four GWSB Commencement tickets and six GWU Ceremony tickets for the mall
The graduation survey will be available March 19th
The Office of Undergraduate Programs is accepting applications for undergraduate students interested in serving as mentors for our 2012-2013 First Year Development Program (FYDP). FYDP is a mandatory course required for all first-year and transfer students enrolled in the School of Business. Through this unique program, our students are provided with instruction on developing their strengths, working effectively in teams, preparing resumes and cover letters, business etiquette, and networking. Our FYDP mentors play a significant role in supporting our instructors in class and assisting with students' transition into GWSB.
For the 2012-2013 year, we are recruiting undergraduates for our standard FYDP sections and transfer student sections. Please review the guidelines carefully and submit by March 30, 2012!
Click to dowload the applications:
Send Applications to email@example.com
For questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Through advocacy, education and professional development, the National Capital Area Chapter of the Health Information Management & Systems Society promotes the development and improvement of healthcare information management as an essential contribution to quality patient care.
Purpose: The HIMSS-NCA Scholarship program was established to provide financial assistance and recognition to students who are pursuing health information or systems management degrees, and are interested in helping to shape the future of the profession.
Objective: The program awards three scholarships – one for each of the following three degree programs: graduate, undergraduate and associate's level.
Active enrollment in a DC-Metro area accredited university fulfilling the requirements for a health information or systems management related degree
A grade point of 3.0 or better
Member of local HIMSS chapter
Application Requirements include:
Submission of the HIMSS-NCA Chapter Scholarship Application Form
Recent, official college transcripts, through the fall semester 2011
Three letters of recommendation, one of which must be from a current school official
A short essay of no more than 500 words (2 pages) that addresses:
Why you have chosen this field? (1/2 page)
Why IM/IT is important to healthcare today? (1/2 page)
A discussion of a major issue facing the healthcare community today and how IM/IT can address the issue. (1 page)
Applications are available on the HIMSS-NCA web site at: www.himss-nca.org and must be submitted no later than April 17, 2012 to be considered for an award.
Questions should be sent to Wanda.Gamble@Vangent.com.