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Student Leadership Opportunity: Become a University Justice or Civility Educator!

Are you interested in serving as a premier leader for the GW community?  Are you a steward of integrity and accountability?  Become a University Justice or Civility Educator! 

University Justices serve as a member of the University Hearing Board, which is designed to provide a prompt, fair decision in serious disciplinary cases.  University Justices will receive in-depth training to interpret the “Code” appropriately, ask probing questions, evaluate evidence, and build a consensus with other Board members.

Civility Educators are designated to facilitate educational conversations with students going through the Office of Civility & Community Standards process. Civility Educators focus their conversations with a student on making healthy choices and how to reflect those choices within a student’s daily life, in addition to discussing ways to maintain the university’s standards.

To apply for this exciting opportunity, visit http://studentconduct.gwu.edu/apply for more information and to download the application.  Applications are due by 5:00pm on Tuesday, March 18, 2014.  Submit your application via e-mail to rights@gwu.edu or in person at the Office of Student Rights & Responsibilities at 2129 I Street, NW.  Questions?  Call 202-994-6757.

Diversity Dialogue Conference – – Friday, January 24, 2014

2014 Diversity Dialogue Conference: Collaboration, Innovation and Leadership
A conference for the future by the future

Friday, January 24, 2014
Rafik B. Hariri Building, Georgetown McDonough School of Business 

Georgetown Aspiring Minority Business Leaders and Entrepreneurs (GAMBLE) and the McDonough School of Business Undergraduate Program Office invite students from all over the DMV area to join us for the inaugural Diversity Dialogue Conference.  This groundbreaking conference will feature distinguished keynotes who will inspire the next generation of corporate leaders to change the landscape and conversation about diversity and inclusion.

Conference Features:

  • Diversity Career Fair with representatives from Diversity Inc.’s Top 50 Employers
  • Networking lunch with corporate recruiters
  • Chief Diversity Officer Panel focused on best diversity and inclusion practices
  • Nearly 200 students from American, Catholic, Georgetown, George Mason, George Washington, and Howard Universities, and the University of Maryland Baltimore County and College Park campuses

The registration fee includes: continental breakfast, lunch, exclusive access to the career fair, and placement in the conference resume book.

For questions about the Diversity Dialogue Conference, please contact msbundergrad@georgetown.edu.

Early Bird Registration: DMV Students (non-Georgetown students) till January 10, 2014 is $15

The registration fee Includes conference materials, breakfast and lunch, career fair and inclusion in resume book for recruiters. Please bring your university ID to the registration desk to receive your tickets and conference materials. Registration will increase to $20 once the early bird rate expires.