Archive for July, 2010

Academic Calender – Commencement 2010

Tuesday, July 20th, 2010

CLASSES BEGIN (M) January 11
Martin Luther King Jr. Day (M) January 18
Presidents’ Day (M) February 15
Spring Break (M-S) March 15-20
Make-up Classes (T) April 27
Designated Monday
Last Day of Spring semester classes
(W) April 28
Reading Days (R-F) April 29-30
Commencement (Sun) May 16
SESSION I BEGINS (6, 8, 10 and 14-week sessions) (M) May 17
Memorial Day (no classes) (M) May 31
6-week Session I ends (Sat) June 26
Independence Day Observed (no classes) (M) July 5
SESSION II BEGINS (6-week session) (W) July 7
8-week session ends (Sat) July 10
10-week session ends (Sat) July 24
6-week Session II ends (Tu) Aug 17
14-week session ends (Sat) Aug 21

Intelius Hopelink charity program

Thursday, July 8th, 2010


Hopelink give notice about the local xmas family program.

The charity programme would like to reach more than 400 children and wants itself from
Texas to Seattle and Mexico expand Read the rest of this entry ?

New Dean of the Graduate School of Education and Human Development

Saturday, July 3rd, 2010

The National Research Council leader and education policy expert will join GW on Sept. 1.

July 2, 2010

The George Washington University has tapped Michael J. Feuer of the National Research Council of the National Academies to be the next dean of the Graduate School of Education and Human Development.

“Michael Feuer brings to this position an extraordinary record of intellectual and administrative leadership at the intersection of education research and policy,” says President Steven Knapp. “He also brings a focus on building collaborative partnerships that will help the school rise to the next level of national prominence.” Read the rest of this entry ?

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