Senior swimmer Carly Whitmer has established a career services mentoring program for other student-athletes to help them pursue their professional goals.
A study released last month by Indeed Hiring Lab found that the most opportunities in the job market were focused in five areas, mostly in the science and math fields. Enrollment in those same areas has grown at GW over the past five years, suggesting that the University is investing in departments that are most likely to lead to a job for students.
The capital markets program, aimed at teaching government officials from developing countries how to advance their economies, will start in the business school this August.
A software used to detect cheating on online quizzes remains rarely used by faculty at GW, two years after officials began testing it.
A lecturer in the business school, was chosen as a coding fellow to reduce incarceration rates through software in local governments next year.
Faculty from six different schools are coming together to remix the health workforce structure.
The dean of the GW School of Business formally committed the school to helping women in business at a White House event Wednesday. The Council on Women and Girls and the Council of Economic Advisers hosted business school deans from across the country at the White House on Wednesday, according to a White House release. […]
Dean Linda Livingstone said in the release that Moersen is “deeply committed to student learning and engagement.”
Students, faculty, family and friends gathered at the School of Business Master’s and Doctoral Programs Celebration in the Smith Center Friday to watch as graduate students were recognized for their achievements. The graduates heard words of advice from speakers stressing the importance of planning for the future and allowing others to inspire their own success. […]
Speakers at the ceremony encouraged new graduates to stay true to their values as they take off after college.