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GW School of Business Granted Re-accreditation

The George Washington University School of Business has been granted re-accreditation by the AACSB.

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GW Business Ranks No. 1 in World for Women’s Enrollment in MBA Programs

The GW School of Business placed number one worldwide for percentage of women enrolled in an MBA program on the Financial Times' 2024 MBA top 100 ranking.

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Lecture Series Joins IITS’s Continuing Contributions to Indigenous Tourism

More than 150 attendees were at an inaugural lecture series focused on indigenous leadership, economic development, tourism and collaboration

New Faculty Roster Includes Familiar Faces

Five faculty members joined the GW School of Business for the 2023-24 academic year, with three among them having previously been students or adjuncts.

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School of Business Announces Search for New Dean

Vanessa G. Perry, vice dean for strategy and professor of marketing, strategic management and public policy, will lead the school during the search.

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Fulbright Award Allows GWSB Professor to Assist Business School in Timor-Leste

Professor Herbert Davis traveled to Timor-Leste for a Fulbright professorship at the Joao Saldanha University.

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GW Announces School of Business Interim Dean

Vanessa G. Perry, vice dean for strategy, special adviser to the dean and professor, will lead the school during the search for a permanent dean.

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The MS in International Business Focus on Experiential Learning Prepares Students for Career Success

During the capstone, participants prepare for, source, and manage independent international business projects as an integral part of their degree program.

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GW Initiative Strives to Expand Tourism to Indigenous Communities in the Americas

The South Dakota Native Tourism Alliance has increased awareness of Native American attractions and experiences throughout the state, following its launch in 2019.

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International Education Week: Global Talent Takes the Spotlight

A panel discussion during International Education Week will explore the global talent landscape and its importance for the future of U.S. competitiveness.