Ever feel like we engineers are a misunderstood bunch? Well then, Melissa suggests following this equation:
[(Science -(Jargon +Bullets))/Relevance]×Passion=Understanding
Time to nominate your classmates for commencement awards; the descriptions are below and you can send your nominations to [how do they nominate students??]
Norman B. Ames Memorial Award
Established by the many friends of Professor Ames in memory of Carolyn E. Schmidt (a relative) who died 7/20/78.
Candidate: Senior(s) for significant contributions to the students, SEAS and GW
The George Ellowitz Prize
Established by Mr. Robert L. Morris in honor of George Ellowitz.
Candidate: Senior who has best demonstrated, during their undergraduate studies, a broad interest in the humanities or social sciences. Student should submit a proposal.
Susan Shin Award
The award created to honor the memory of this outstanding young lady, will be given at SEAS Commencement to the junior (rising senior) that best exhibits the qualities by-which Susan Shin herself lived her life.
Candidate: Junior (rising senior) demonstrating Susan Chin’s qualities
Criteria: The reoccurring awareness of others’ well-being is a rarity in today’s society, and one that should not only be encouraged, but rewarded. With this award, we are able to immortalize the caring and compassion of a young woman whom was so tragically and prematurely taken from us.
Ladies, check out the application for this AWESOME scholarship at https://www.scholarselect.com/scholarships/7773-the-columbian-women-scholarship-2013—2014
“The objective of The Columbian Women Scholarship (TUITION ONLY) is to recognize and assist women pursuing a degree program in any field of study at The George Washington University who demonstrate a high level of achievement in academia and a commitment to their chosen profession.”
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions
Potomac River Clean Up &
Who: Engineers Without Borders, GWU Chapter & the DC Professionals Chapter.
What: Potomac River Clean up and Networking Lunch Afterwards
Where & When: March 23rd, 11:00AM to 1:00PM,
Why: In celebration of World Water Day!!
MEET OUTSIDE OF THE FOGGY BOTTOM METRO @ 10:15AM!!!
Come clean up the Potomac River with Engineers Without Borders GWU, and DC Professionals.
We will be working on Roosevelt Island.
This is an opportunity for community service and to NETWORK with professional engineers afterwards.
Please bring a brown bag lunch!
Please RSVP to email@example.com