For this timely project, students in last spring’s TSTD 6270 Research Methods and Applications course undertook research on emotional labor and stress levels amidst the COVID-19 pandemic in the restaurant and service industry.
We are deeply saddened by the passing of General Colin Powell (MBA ‘71). As our most distinguished of alumni, General Powell embodied the spirit of the GW School Business — focusing his life on making an impact.
Students working on the course project "Preparing for the Future: A Research Study on Destination DC" provided significant data and strategies to the organization so it could better understand its members’ challenges.
“This was an extraordinary project that likely may be unprecedented, in that the students researched global trends and partnership opportunities in the emerging market for health and wellness tourism."
The GW School of Business today announced the winners of its annual faculty and staff awards. “What these awards do is bring our community together to celebrate examples of excellence," said GWSB Dean Anuj Mehrotra.
“Integrating a range of distinct real-world impact investment projects into the curriculum enabled students to 'get into the weeds' and recognize the unique challenges and opportunities impact investors face every day in the field.
Global & Experiential Education (G&EE) hosted a virtual panel presentation day on April 19 as part of the 2021 Consulting Abroad Program, during which the Global MBA Class of 2022 presented their preliminary recommendations to a panel of expert evaluators — many of whom were GWSB alumni.
The intensive online course taught by futurist Thomas Debass, managing director for global partnerships at the U.S. Department of State, blended integrated case analysis and trend examination with virtual site visits.