Finals start next week, so take a quick break for a fun distraction before you get back to studying. Catherine pointed this out to me. Click through for a good laugh at how comically (and inappropriately) indignant people can be while looking for internships. It’s a tough market out there right now, so it’s extra [...]
Here’s an opportunity for students and professors alike who are science-minded to meet some people and talk about ideas together. Click through for more info.
We’ve got open study hours in our office, of course. But if you find you’re not done studying by 10pm, you can always head on up to the often less crowded Eckles Library and get your brain AND tummy stuffed. ————— Finals at Eckles Thu Apr 29 – Fri May 7 // Eckles Library “Join [...]
Check out the info below to find out about one of the last cool author events you’ll get a chance to attend before classes end. ———– Barbara Gates Of Fungi and Fables: Beatrix Potter’s Science and Storytelling Friday, May 7, 3 pm Armand Hammer Auditorium Corcoran College of Art + Design, 500 17th St. NW [...]
So study days were cut a bit short this semester thanks largely to the big Sno-mageddon in February. The good news is that everyone at GW is in the same boat as you. The bad news is that the boat you’re all in is Gelman Library, and it can get crowded. Or too hot. Or [...]
Seniors! The day approaches! We’re excited and proud of all of you, and we’d like to celebrate with you and your families at the Honors Graduation Reception. Here’s the deal: bring yourself and your family to the City View room on the 7th Floor of 1957 E Street on Saturday, May 15th anytime from 5:30-7:30pm. [...]
NewsFlash! The George Washington University Honors Program Issue 28: April 22, 2010
Congrats to Zoe Petkanas for being selected as the student speaker at commencement! Zoe is one of our own, and she’s also a pretty common face around the office thanks to her interest in several major fellowships and research opportunities. Last year, Ms. Petkanas, of Putnam Valley, N.Y., studied abroad in Jordan, examining women’s empowerment [...]