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News & Events


Master's in Middle–School Mathematics

June 29, 2005
GW's College of Professional Studies and Mathematics Department Partner with the American Association for the Advancement of Science and D.C. Public Schools to Aid Math Teachers.

CPS Dean Appointed as UCEA President

June 01, 2005
Roger Whitaker, Dean, College of Professional Studies, and Professor, Department of Educational Leadership, was elected by the national membership of the University Continuing Education Association (UCEA) as President–elect for 2004 and President for 2005. In October, he delivered the keynote speech, "Why Be Bold?," at the UCEA Mid–Atlantic Regional Annual Conference, and, in January, presented a paper entitled "Creating Crosswalks: Competencies and Curricula" at the 2004 Workforce Development Forum, San Francisco, CA.

New Police Science Program

April 14, 2004
On April 15, 2004, GW's President Trachtenberg announced the new CPS undergraduate certificate and degree programs in Police Science, with special scholarships for police who are admitted to these programs, as part of the dedication ceremony of a grand archway on the campus of GW as the "Walter E. Washington Memorial Arch" in honor of the late mayor of the District of Columbia. Click below to see news releases on this program.

Ford and Sloan Foundation Grants Awarded to CPS

January 01, 2004

In January '04, CPS, on behalf of the GW Office of the Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs, accepted the award of four Council of Graduate Schools (CGS) feasibility planning grants from the Ford and Sloan Foundations for development of innovative professional master's degree programs in the humanities, social sciences, and the sciences.