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From GWSB Advising: Important Deadlines for Adding & Dropping Fall Classes

Welcome back to all of our returning students!  We would also like to extend a special welcome to all of the new students who are joining us this fall as freshmen and transfers from across the US and around the world.  We are glad you’re here! Be aware of deadlines for adding, dropping, withdrawing, & […]

Office for Study Abroad introduces new short-term abroad programs

Students interested in taking GW courses abroad via the Office for Study Abroad’s short-term programs should read more on their website. Course offerings through Winter 2014 are now available!

Joanne Pronk begins a semester in Argentina with the GW IBUS program!

When most people think about Argentina, their thoughts immediately race to delectable meat, delicious Malbec wine, graceful tango, and an unbelievably favorable exchange rate. I was one of those people before I moved to Buenos Aires just about three weeks ago. Prior to my arrival, I never stopped to think about experiencing a major culture […]

GWSB Graduate Programs Hosting Specialized Information Sessions

Undergraduate students interested in pursuing an MBA here at GW will have several opportunities this year to learn about GWSB’s specialized Master’s options. Please join us for an opportunity to network with our graduate program Deans, Faculty, and Admissions Counselors. Representatives will provide counsel in choosing a program that will help you lead with credibility, […]

Open to Undergrads this Fall: “Walkable Urban Development and Place Management”

Walkable urbanism is a more complex method of developing real estate than conventional drivable sub-urban development, requiring different skill sets in design, land acquisition, financing, law, construction, marketing and management. In addition, this type of development is place-based, a walkable urban place (referred to as a WalkUP), such as a downtown, downtown adjacent or suburban […]

“Embracing Youth Entrepreneurship”

The World Bank is hosting a youth summit and case competition to promote entrepreneurship this fall. This could be a great opportunity for GWSB young professionals to gain practical experience with a DC organization. The World Bank’s Youth Summit October 3, 2013  “Embracing Youth Entrepreneurship”   In 2012, World Bank President Jim Kim challenged the […]

The Geography of Bliss

In your future careers, how will you measure success? And will that include a certain level of happiness? Many of us, ambitious as we are, look for happiness in our careers and the goals we accomplish. Maybe we see a future in which success is measured by the money we hope to make, which in […]

Summer internship in Turkey? Check that for Abigail Howard.

I am a Junior majoring in International Business and Event Management. This summer, I was a Corporate Communications Intern at Doğan Burda Dergi in Istanbul, Turkey for 2 months. DB is a media and publishing company part of Doğan Holding, which is one of the largest corporations in Turkey operating in several industries including energy, […]

GWSB Senior Usama Khan rocks a GCS Inc. construction site

Hey Undergraduate Programs News! I am spending the summer working for GCS Inc. — a general contractor which operates in Washington D.C and Northern Virginia. Although I am an intern, I have all the responsibilities and duties of an Assistant Project Manager. Currently, I am assigned to the Cardozo High School modernization project, located on […]

GW IBUS in Argentina

What do GWSB students have to say about the IBUS program with GW Argentina? Nicholas Parks, Fall 2012   Alexandra Smolen, Fall 2012

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