Wondering what you could possibly learn at a fair that you can’t learn from a website? Here are some ideas.
Wondering if it’s worth it to go? Consider this feedback from a past participant.
Network with the GW alumni community through the Dinner with Alumni program. While the alumni hosts who volunteer their time and experience represent a range of industries and interests, there are several upcoming dinners that undergraduates in the School of Engineering & Applied Science might find particularly interesting:
Saturday, April 5 | 5pm
Dinner with Sean P. Walsh
SEAS BS ’76
Engineering, Government, Military
A retired member of the U.S. Navy, Mr. Walsh has more than thirty years of engineering experience.
This is your opportunity to share a meal with GW alumni and fellow students! Our alumni hosts represent a range of industries and interests, including law, finance, consulting, information technology, medicine, engineering, event planning, journalism, and more! Sign up to meet members from our alumni community, discuss career interests, gain professional advice, and share the GW experience.
Dinners will be held during October and November, and spots are limited—RSVP TODAY before the application closes! Check back frequently, as new dinners will be added throughout the fall.
Gain from their experience. Benefit from their influence.
Visit the Commencement Fair from March 25th – 29th at the GW Bookstore and take care of all of your Commencement needs. For more information, visithttp://commencement.gwu.edu/commencement-fair-2014.
Tuesday, April 1, 2-3 pm
Marvin Center 302
Do you have research or an invention that you think can make a difference in the world, or do you want to be part of a team that brings it to market?
If so, attend our information session on the National Science Foundation (NSF) and DC I-Corps programs during the GW Research Days 2014 to learn more from previous participants, Prof. Nan Zhang and Graduate Student Ben Holmes, as well as Jim Chung, co-Principal Investigator for the DC I-Corps Node and Executive Director of the GW Office of Entrepreneurship.
GW, along with University of Maryland and Virginia Tech, has been awarded $3.75M by the NSF to train, coach, and accelerate university researchers (professors, post-docs, and graduate students) and MBA students (course credit may be available) in commercializing high technology and life sciences research and inventions. Both programs are completely free, with grants of $2,000-50,000 available for eligible participants. The NSF I-Corps program is run several times per year at various I-Corps Nodes around the country. Applications are submitted through the NSF. The DC I-Corps program is run two times per year, and applications are being accepted on a rolling basis at http://www.dcicorps.org.
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