An alumnus and a master’s student teamed up to take a second look at overlooked, deformed fruit through their new health food company.
Speakers during the ceremony highlighted the diversity of the graduating class, which boasts members from 70 countries, and urged graduates to savor the moment.
No matter what your post-graduation plans are, the best advice is given from those who have already walked across the graduation stage.
Every student is different and deserves to be seen as an individual, instead of characterized by the school they are enrolled in.
Regardless of a student’s academic path, taking humanities courses expands a student’s mind and perspective.
The English department is planning to unveil a specialized minor for School of Business students next academic year.
Faculty and friends gathered to watch as graduates were recognized at the School of Business Master’s and Doctoral Programs Celebration in the Smith Center.
College graduates are in debt and lack the basic financial knowledge needed to control it, according to one professor at GW’s business school.
After a pay cut, full-time faculty who historically taught master’s of finance courses refused to teach them this semester.
The School of Business has two new leaders for undergraduate and graduate programs, the school’s dean confirmed last week.