May 9 , 2012
Are you getting stressed about your upcoming exams? Could you appreciate a break from all that is going on as the semester comes to a close?
Well...MARK YOUR CALENDARS!
TODAY, the GWSB Office of Undergraduate Programs will be hosting a Stress Free Zone from 5:00pm to 8:00pm in Duquès Hall, Room 453. There will be a massage therapist for all three hours, water and granola bars, and there will be a representative from the University Counseling Center (with handouts and literature) as well as representatives from Student Health Services (with handouts and literature).
GRAMMY U is a unique and fast-growing community of college students who are pursuing a career in the recording industry. The Recording Academy created GRAMMY U to help prepare college students for their careers in the music industry through networking, educational programs and performance opportunities.
Learn more at this upcoming event:
GRAMMY U Meets the Board
May 14, 2012
6:30pm - 8:30pm
The Gibson Guitar Showroom
709 G Street, NW # 400
Washington, DC, 20001
This event will provide an opportunity for current students to meet and network with the Governors of the Washington, D.C. Chapter. RSVP for this event by emailing RSVP_WashingtonDC@grammy.com.
GWSB Commencement Ticket Distribution
May 7 - 11
12:00pm - 2:00pm daily
Duquès Hall, Room 355
If you have questions about the event, please go to http://business.gwu.edu/commencement/
About the REU Program:
The Research Experience for Undergraduates 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 Office of Undergraduate Programs is now starting to accept REU applications from GWSB faculty members and undergraduate students for academic year 2012-2013. For faculty members who would like to have a research assistant, please contact Dr. Joelle Davis Carter at firstname.lastname@example.org for detailed information. For undergraduate students who are interested in being a research assistant, please click here to view available opportunities and submit your application form to Duquès Hall, Room 455.
The Office of Undergraduate Programs would like to invite GWSB undergraduates to be a part of a very important hiring process within the department. From April 30th-the end of May, we will begin interviewing select professionals for the position of GWSB Program Coordinator. The Program Coordinator position is responsible for several aspects of the co-curricular and experiential programs that our office provides for more than 1500 undergraduates in GWSB.
GWSB Undergraduate students are invited to meet and hear from the third and fourth candidates for the Program Coordinator position. Ms. Kehsi Wilson and Ms. Jenna Tesauro will be here for on-campus interviews on Tueday, May 15 and Wednesday, May 16. Students, faculty and staff are invited to their open presentations from 1pm-2pm in Duquès Hall, Rm 453 both days. If you have questions, please contact Dr. Joelle Davis Carter, Director for Undergraduate Programs, at email@example.com.
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.