John Warren, program director and associate professor for CPS' master’s degree in publishing program, will play a key leadership role in GW’s Post-COVID Academic Innovation Task Force. Warren will lead the working group for Graduate and Professional Students.
Sign up today for “Career Connections,” a newly launched CPS Career Services newsletter. The bimonthly newsletter features a variety of content for students and alumni, such as job postings, internship opportunities, career tips, networking resources, industry news and upcoming events.
Three Indigenous students enrolled in the spring 2021 session of the Native American Political Leadership Program (NAPLP), and the director of AT&T CIPP, participated in the webinar “The United Nations and Indigenous Peoples: Advocating for Education.” They shared their educational journeys and experiences with the UN and listeners around the world.
Congratulations to Fjollë Caka ‘18, a Sustainable Urban Planning (SUP) alumna in GW’s College of Professional Studies, on her selection as a 2021 Climate Ambassador of the Global Youth Climate Network (GYCN). She will raise awareness about climate change as part of an initiative of young professionals in her home country of Kosovo.
The GenderPro Credential is a free, online credential exam offered to gender and international development professionals from around the world. The GenderPro Credential seeks to build a global network of gender and development professionals through the establishment of field-wide competencies and standards in the field of gender and international development.
ACES: The Society for Editing announced that Lori Sosa, a student in Cohort 16 of the MPS in Publishing program at the George Washington University is the top winner in their annual scholarship competition.
The George Washington University’s bicentennial is an incredible, historic milestone. February 9, 2021 is officially the 200th anniversary of when the United States Congress established our university’s charter in 1821.
Join GW Campus Recreation on ZOOM for daily group fitness classes. Classes are free this spring and open to all GW students, faculty and staff! This schedule runs from January 11-May 2, with a variety of cardio/strength classes and mind/body classes.