April 18, 2012
On April 12, 2012, the GWSB Office of Undergraduate Programs hosted DCPS student achievers from Anacostia, Ballou, Eastern , HD Woodson and Spingarn High Shools for it's Mentor for A Day Program.
The goal of the program is to engage current GWSB undergraduates with students in the District of Columbia Public School system to share information about applying to college and pursuing a degree in business.
Led and organized by Undergraduate Student Experience Advisor, Maurice Cook, and 20 GWSB undergraduate volunteers; the high schools students participated in academic and career workshops led by GWSB faculty and staff They also participated in a networking reception attended by members of the GWSB and GW community at large. More than 25 high school students, teachers and administrators participated in the event and learned more about GW and GWSB academic offerings and co-currricular opportunities.
The $10,000 second prize went to AthleteTrax, a web-based client management platform for college athletic administrations and student-athletes to increase organization and productivity. The AthleteTrax founders—Jon Halpern, Reinaldo Coriano, Elizabeth Zander and Brian Gross, all GW sophomores—also won the best undergraduate team award of $10,000 and the Audience Choice Award of $1,000, making the team’s total winnings $21,000.
The George Washington School of Business Advising Center is currently putting together focus groups in order to learn more about what our students want. It is our goal to help our students with any issues or concerns they have pertaining to their college career. We would like to know where you think we can improve and how you believe we can do that. We invite you to participate in these focus groups in order to help us get a better understanding of what we can do to better help you.
These sessions will be held at 1:00pm in Duquès Hall, room 454, on the following dates:
Friday April 20, 2012
Tuesday April 24, 2012
Friday April 27, 2012
Thursday May 3, 2012
These focus groups will last approximately one hour. We will provide pizza and soda for all the participants. Along with food, one participant will be randomly selected to receive a $25 Starbucks gift card! We are looking for 15 students for each session. Please RSVP for one session using the link below. Once each time has reached 15 students it will be closed. Please RSVP for the desired date using the Doodle scheduler: http://www.doodle.com/by8xn75inwa9nipt
Citibank Global Head of Anti-Money Laundering Operations, Mr. Sagheer Mufti!
Please join Success Talks in welcoming Mr. Sagheer Mufti to campus on Monday, April 23rd at 7pm in Duquès 453. Mr. Mufti, who is a GWSB alumnus, will discuss his personal and professional growth in the banking industry. Light refreshments will be provided. There will be a question and answer session following the lecture. * Co-sponsored by GW Ahimsa, Finance and Investment Club, Student Association, and Student Dining Board.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or concerns. We look forward to seeing you there.
GW Tutoring Initiative provides tutoring services for GW students in a variety of courses. In addition to individual sessions, we also have drop-in sessions that students can utilize throughout the semester free-of-charge, and online tutoring through Smarthinking. Please visit the GW Tutoring Initiative website for more information.
The Lead Now Initiative is a leadership development webinar series and social network for the top emerging underclassmen leaders across the country. Last year, more than 1,500 undergraduates attended and heard from a variety of leadership experts including Teach For America’s CEO and Founder Wendy Kopp and presenters from Google. Students also had the opportunity to complete Gallup’s StrengthsQuest program.
Please take one minute to:
Fill out the short RSVP form: http://bit.ly/LNIrsvp
Join our social network, the Lead Now Network: http://on.fb.me/LeadNowInitiative
Click here to learn more about the Lead Now Initiative.
Are you interested in getting more involved with the School of Business? Apply for an Executive Board position on the Undergraduate Business Association! The UBA has a strong entrepreneurial focus and as a member of the executive board, you will have the opportunity to shape the UBA and potentially transform the undergraduate experience for all School of Business students.
Every GWSB undergraduate student is eligible, and highly encouraged to apply for a position.
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.
"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
Wednesday, April 18, 2012
6:30pm to 8:00pm
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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.
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