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The George Washington University will be kicking off the academic year with many events to welcome undergraduate and graduate students, giving them a chance to discover GW's resources for success, explore the GW and DC communities, build relationships with students, and create new memories that will last a lifetime during the first weeks of fall semester. Welcome Week 2014 will feature informative and events to help students succeed at GW including: G-Dub First Night, the Student Performance Showcase, the University Services and Student Organization fair, the Multicultural Student Services Center Block Party, Fall Fest, Target Takeover, the GW Bazaar on the Mount Vernon Campus, Freshman Day of Service and Convocation, and many, many more! For more information and a full event calendar please visit http://hallmark.gwu.edu/welcomeweek. Be sure to follow us on social media to stay up to date with the many events being planned! http://facebook.com/GWHallmarkPrograms https://twitter.com/GWHallmark
Gallery 102 is pleased to present Migrational, featuring recent MFA alumni: Sarah Allison, Wesley Clark, Pamela Fernandez, Evan Hume, Patrick McDonough, Ding Ren, Katherine Sifers and Teresa Sites. Curated by Caranine Smith, the exhibition highlights the artists’ current projects and reveals the varying but underlying theme of migration in the lives and work of the artists since graduating from GW. Join us for a reception on Thursday, September 3, 2015 from 5 pm -7 pm. Gallery 102 Hours: Monday - Friday, 9 am - 5 pm
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Absence/Presence: Selected Contemporary Photography   ( 10:00 AM Aug 26 - 5:00 PM Nov 20 )
Photographs of empty and abandoned places explore how we impact the spaces we inhabit and the traces of human presence left behind. Featuring works from the GW Permanent Collection and various lenders. Artists include Nancy Breslin, William Christenberry, Cynthia Connolly, Lisa Tyson Ennis, Frank Gohlke, Dean Kessmann, Bridget Sue Lambert, Dan Lobdell, Pablo Maurer, Andrew Moore, E. Brady Robinson, Lee Saloutos, Katherine Sifers, and Trine Sndergaard. August 26 - November 20, 2015. Gallery Hours: Tuesday - Friday, 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. *Extended hours on August 26, 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. For more information: http://www.gwu.edu/~bradyart/brady/exhibitions.html Partial funding provided by the Francine Zorn Trachtenberg Photography Fund and the Friends of the Luther W. Brady Art Gallery. Image at right: Nancy Breslin, Queen Mary II, Deck Chairs, 2015, ultrachrome pigment print, 15 x 15 inches. Photo courtesy of the artist.
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"Talk About It" is the mandatory session for all entering undergraduates covering sexual assault prevention and response. Intended to follow your completion of "Think About It," the online module, this in-person session will allow a deeper dive into a few essential topics. The session is 60 minutes long and will be facilitated by GW staff with help from student leaders.
Blackboard: Posting Course Materials   10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
This 60 minute session focuses exclusively on uploading content for students to consume. We will cover every major format of course material. From Microsoft Word docs to rich multimedia presentations, we'll show you where to find materials and how to best incorporate them in a Blackboard course. Register Here
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ISCOPES is an evolving health focused service-learning initiative that places GW students various discipines, faculty/staff, as well as community practitioners and neighbors from around the DC Metro Area in interprofessional Learning Communities to address bigger picture health issues through smarter service. Learn more about ISCOPES by meeting a panel of past student participants! Free pizza will be available at 11:30am (first come, first serve). RSVP to iscopes@gwu.edu Visit www.iscopes.gwu.edu for more information.
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"Talk About It" is the mandatory session for all entering undergraduates covering sexual assault prevention and response. Intended to follow your completion of "Think About It," the online module, this in-person session will allow a deeper dive into a few essential topics. The session is 60 minutes long and will be facilitated by GW staff with help from student leaders.
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This workshop covers the best of Blackboard basics. From managing your menu and uploading course materials to engaging a discussion board and grading student assignments, participants will watch click-by-click demonstrations and explore diverse ways faculty use Blackboard at GW. Register Here
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MSSC OPEN HOUSE   5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
MSSC Open House Tuesday, September 1 Multicultural Student Services Center (2127 G Street, NW) 5-7pm Celebrate your identities around race, ethnicity, gender, faith and sexual orientation at the Multicultural Student Services Center and the LGBT Resource Center. Refreshments will be provided.
St. Louis Cardinals Game with GW Alumni Date: Tuesday, September 1 Time: 5:30pm: Pre-game reception (Busch Room 3) 7:15pm: St. Louis Cardinals vs. Washington NationalsLocation: Busch Stadium 700 Clark Street St. Louis, MO 63102 Description:Join fellow St. Louis area alumni for a private pre-game reception in Busch Room 3 featuring remarks from legendary sportscaster Jay Randolph, Columbian College '56, followed by watching the Cardinals vs. Nationals game! Your registration includes the pre-game reception complete with food, beer and wine, non-alcoholic beverages, and a ticket to the game. Tickets:Tickets will be available for pickup at Will Call under the registered guest's name. Please have an ID with you to pick them up that day. Space is limited and expected to sell out. Please register your attendance in advance. For questions regarding refunds, please see our refund policy. Online registration for this event has now closed. If you still wish to attend, please contact Kate Schuster, Associate Director of Regional Alumni Programs, at kschuster@gwu.edu or (202) 994-2629.Learn more about this event and register online on the GW Alumni website.
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"Talk About It" is the mandatory session for all entering undergraduates covering sexual assault prevention and response. Intended to follow your completion of "Think About It," the online module, this in-person session will allow a deeper dive into a few essential topics. The session is 60 minutes long and will be facilitated by GW staff with help from student leaders.
Being a Good Neighbor Orientation   6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
The primary goal of this orientation is to enable you to understand your rights and responsibilities as a citizen of the Foggy Bottom and Washington, DC communities. With this knowledge you can contribute to creating an environment that embraces the concept of community and respect. This session will feature presentations and a Q&A from various university officials representing Off-Campus Student Affairs, the GW Police Department, the Office of Safety and Security, and the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities. All students are welcome and encouraged to attend. There will be special give-aways and door prizes!



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