Congrats to Susan McHale and Adam Sulier, our new SEASSPAN leaders!! They have started their journey to West Virginia and are ready to invite new mentors to the team! We would like to wish applicants the well and hope everyone continues to develop SEAS!
As rising juniors reach the halfway mark, The Center for Student Engagement is hosting an event to get you the resources you need!! Please join us on Monday, April 22nd 5:30-7:00pm in the Marvin Center Continental Ballroom. Find out more info on what you need to do in order to graduate and seek career opportunities!!!
Dr. Sonya Butler Merrill currently serves as a Senior Industry Consultant in The George Washington University Career Center specializing in services to STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math) students. She is an accomplished businesswoman, certified career coach, trainer/facilitator, mentor, business consultant, organizational strategist, and academician with numerous years of industry sector experience. During her expansive career as a corporate officer and managerial professional, she has distinguished herself as a leader of large, high-performing teams and successful organizations. Dr. Merrill earned a Ph.D. in Business Administration from Temple University’s Fox School of Business with emphasis on business strategy, organizational design and development, and health services administration. Her Masters level education includes topics in civil engineering and in the management of information systems.
Beginning in July 2013, Dr. Merrill will be available to meet individually with Third and Fourth year SEAS students to assist them with internship and post-graduation job searches, including assistance with resume and cover letter writing, building a professional network, and creating and executing an internship/job search strategy. Students can make an appointment with her through GWork (click here).
In addition, the GW Career Center provides services for First and Second year SEAS students. We encourage students to visit our website to learn more about our services and/or to schedule an individual appointment (click here). The GW Career Center is located in Colonial Crossroads on the fifth floor of the Marvin Center. The Center’s hours are 9:00am to 5:30pm, Monday through Friday, with drop-in consulting hours from 1:00 to 4:00pm each day.
Meet Dor Hirsh Bar Gai! He majors in Systems Engineering as well as Philosophy, and he was featured on sustainability.gwu.edu for choosing to minor in Sustainability.
Also, let me introduce you to Connor Slye, who is also featured on the Sustainability website, and his major is in Civil Engineering.
At the moment, Dor and Connor are the only SEAS students representing on the website, but with the growing interest in the minor especially among Civil Engineering students, we hope to see more SEAS faces popping up very, very soon.
Are you interested in a minor in Sustainability? Check out sustainability.gwu.edu or schedule an appointment with your professional advisors Myles and Hetal. Oh yeah, way to represent SEAS, Connor and Dor!
I know that some Civil Engineering students have an interest in architecture so I had to post this blog entry when I came across this summer course in the Modern Architecture and Design offered by the Interior Design Program. Sadly, this course does not count toward meeting your SEAS Humanities and Social Sciences requirement, but this does look pretty cool. Click the pic to e-mail the professor.