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Independent Research: A Beginners Guide Written by a Beginner

Until freshman year of college, I was skeptical of so-called “eureka moments”. It seemed like a convenient way for freakish geniuses like Archimedes and Newton to avoid social ostracism by showing they did normal things: bathe, sleep, etc. That skepticism collapsed though, after my own eureka experience. While maybe not comparable to radically altering the […]

Research Employment Opportunity

A UHP alum’s office is hiring! Intern with the Open Government Partnership’s Independent Reporting Mechanism

Community organizing career opportunity – learn more Tues, Oct 17 at 7pm

Careers in Community Organizing for Social Justice The Direct Action & Research Training (DART) Center will hold an online information session Tuesday, October 17 at 7 pm to discuss careers in community organizing with GW students and alumni interested in uniting congregations and working for social, economic and racial justice. RSVP at www.thedartcenter.org/GWU DART hires and trains organizers to […]

George Washington University Social Media Study Recruitment

Participate in a study to find effective ways to help students lose weight, a GW study in partnership with UMass Boston and funded by NIH.

Cornerstone Research – Upcoming Recruiting Events at GWU

Cornerstone Research invites you to apply for full-time and summer opportunities with their consulting firm!

Bates White job opportunity

Dear students, My name is Shane DeStefano, and I graduated from the GW University Honors Program in May 2015 with a BS in Economics and Statistics. I am writing to let you know about opportunities at Bates White, LLC. Bates White is an economic consulting firm located in Washington, DC that specializes in solving complex […]

INTERNSHIP: NASA Headquarters, Environmental Management Division

A fellow UHPer wants you to intern at NASA!

GW Philosophy 2017 Thacher Lecture

The GW Philosophy Department invites you to join us for the 2017 Endowed Thacher Lecture: Perceptual Consciousness as a Mental Activity By Susanna Schellenberg Professor of Philosophy at Rutgers University ​ Friday, April 21 ​ at 4:00 PM Duques Hall, Room 152 Title:  Perceptual Consciousness as a Mental Activity   Abstract: I argue that perceptual […]

Internship Open: You Won’t Feel ‘Blue’ Interning at Blue Raster

Summer internship opportunity marketing, communications, social media

Submit to The GW Scientific Review

Submit your work to the GW Scientific Review, founded by UHPer Maggie!