GWSB Undergraduate News
May 12, 2010
Congratulations Class of 2010!
Remember to pick up you senior medallion from the Advising Center by Thursday, May 13, 2010!
GWSB Awards Ceremony (Invitation Only)
Betts Theatre, Marvin Center
Thursday, May 13, 2010
7:00pm - 8:30pm
Duques Hall, Oglethorpe Great Hall
Thursday, May 13, 2010
8:00pm - 9:30pm
School of Business Celebration
Charles E. Smith Center
Friday, May 14, 2010
Students arrive at Funger Hall: 3:15pm
Procession begins: 4:00pm
The National Mall
Sunday, May 16, 2010
The Advising Center will close at 1:00pm on Friday, May 14, 2010 in preparation for the days commencement activities.
Seth Godin, bestselling authoring and marketing guru, is taking his seminar on the road for the first time ever! On Thursday, July 22, 2010 he will be stopping in Washington, DC, for an intense perspective-changing presentation on spreading ideas, interacting with people online, creating work that matters, and so much more. There are a limited number of special student tickets available for only $19 which include access to the morning session of the event. The morning session will last from 9:00 - 11:45 AM and will include a presentation by Seth and interaction with the audience. Students must present a valid student photo ID to enter, and tickets can be purchased online here. We are also looking for students in DC over the summer who are interested in helping promote this event. To find out more information about the event, visit http://www.squidoo.com/sethroadtrip or feel free to contact GWSB student Gabbi Baker at email@example.com.
BADM 64, Management Information Systems Technology is being offered as a 6-week distance education course this summer. The course will take place online 5/17/10 - 6/26/10. Register for CRN 22041 BADM 064.D01, taught by Subhasish Dasgupta.
The Columbian College is offering a unique class this summer --- Equality and the Law: An Introduction to Legal Research & Writing, CRN 22561, CCAS 190W 20, 1957 E. St, 212 TR 06:10PM – 8:20PM 07/07/10 – 08/17/10. This course will count as a WID.
This class is for anyone interested in honing their writing skills while learning how to write effectively in a legal context. The legal writing style is appropriate not only for lawyers and law students, but also for those interested in working within government or any organization or sector of society which needs to deal effectively with the government or legal system.
In addition to writing a scholarly paper, students will develop and refine a personal statement appropriate for use when applying to law school, under the guidance of the GW pre-law advisor.
Please see flyer for details.
The F. David Fowler Career Center would like to recognize those students who have recently found internships or jobs. The Fowler Career Center will be displaying students' information on the television screens in Oglethorpe Hall (lobby of Duquès). To have your information included in the display please click here and complete the survey.
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