“Study abroad this summer! Global & Experiential Education is offering 6 GWSB graduate study abroad programs over the summer including traveling to Sweden to work with a client in the Healthcare industry, studying social entrepreneurship in South Korea, and examining public-private partnerships in the UK. The application deadline for these programs is Sunday, March 2nd. Email [email protected] if you have any questions.”
More information is available in the attached GWSB G&EE Summer Deadline Flier.
Helen Iasnik (undergraduate advisor at GWSB) is organizing a short-term abroad program to Israel May 19-29th with the Associate Dean, Isabelle Bajeux-Besnainou, who will be teaching the program course FINA 3101: Investment & Portfolio Management. The course material will be taught on campus the four Fridays in April. With that said, the course was just approved to be cross-listed as FINA 6223: Investment & Portfolio Management and we are hoping to admit about 4 MBA students for the program.
You can find all the information about this class in the following link:
Prof Iasnik is more than willing to either set up a special info session for MBA students or meet with them individually.
Undergraduate Student Experience Advisor
The George Washington University | School of Business
Duquès Hall, Suite 456
2201 G St., NW | Washington, DC 20052
(202) 994-7027 | advising center
(202) 994-1123 | fax
The Project Management Association and the Business Analytics Association is hosting an upcoming presentation featuring key speakers Rick Miller and Kevin Wang from Deltek. If you are interested in project management or business analytics, please join us for this very informative presentation. The topic of the presentation will be “Project Based Analysis – Data Discovery Applied to Earned Value Management Metrics”. It will be held this coming Tuesday, February 25th in Duques Hall, Room 652 at 6:00-7:00pm and open to all School of Business students.
The Partnerships for Social Good Summit kicks off on Thursday, April 10, 2014, and you’re invited to take part in the festivities. City View Room (The Elliot School) (1957 E St NW) is our meeting spot for a day of networking. Go here to RSVP.
- Clear your calendar and get ready to learn about the connections between private, public and civil sectors.
- The Event Features panels on education and economic development.
- Come meet experts and network in various fields of interest.
Professor Ayman El Tarabishy will hold an information session for his Social Entrepreneurship in South Korea – A Global Perspective (MGT 6290) course TODAY, Wednesday February 19th, 2014, in from 5-6PM in Funger 620. You can find more information in this attached flyer.