Current Graduate Student Events

 

These events are open to help current Columbian College graduate students thrive in their virtual learning environment, engage with students and other GW community members, successfully complete their degrees and find professional opportunities.

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Upcoming Events

 


Past Events



CCAS Ph.D. ETD Copyright Workshop

Join us for an informative workshop hosted by Barrett Matthews and Shira Eller of the GW Libraries Scholarly Communications team and learn about the steps you must take to protect your work. Summer and Fall 2022 as well as Spring 2023 potential graduates whose dissertations will include previously published works are strongly encouraged to attend.

CCAS Summer Ph.D. ETD Workshop

Our Student Services team members will review the submission process, and formatting requirements, and briefly discuss upcoming deadlines for students completing their dissertation in Summer 2022.

How to Get Non-Profit Jobs

Join us for an informative webinar on applying for jobs and working in the non-profit field.

Trivia Night

Join the Office of Graduate Studies and you fellow CCAS students for an evening of pizza, popcorn, and T.V. & movie trivia!

Take a PAWS!

You are invited to play with therapy dogs, care of D.C.-based nonprofit People Animals Love. Join us in the Continental Ballroom in the University Student Center for some puppy love!

Ice Cream Social

Stop by Smith 118 for conversation and ice cream. We also have loads of swag to give away!

15 Minute Resume Boot Camp

Join Wendy Wright, CCAS Career Counselor, for a quick review of your resume.

Building Intention Around a Post-Ph.D. Career Outside of Academia

Join Wendy Wright, CCAS Career Counselor, for an interactive session for CCAS Ph.D. students focused on building a career outside of academia.

CCAS Ph.D. ETD Workshop II

Students completing their dissertation in Spring, Summer, or Fall 2022 are strongly encouraged to attend the Electronic Thesis and Dissertation (ETD) workshop. Our Student Services team members will review the submission process, formatting requirements, and briefly discuss upcoming deadlines. This workshop will only cover requirements specific to CCAS PhD students.

Bouchet Graduate Honor Society - Recognition Ceremony

The GW chapter will recognize the newly selected CCAS graduate students to be inducted into the Bouchet Society.

CCAS Ph.D. Dissertation Copyright Workshop

Copyright and your dissertation: When do you need permission to use the work of others or your own previous or future publications? Join us for this informative workshop hosted by Barrett Matthews and Shira Eller of the GW Libraries Scholarly Communications team and learn about the steps you must take to protect your work Spring or Summer 2022 potential graduates whose dissertations will include previously published works are strongly encouraged to attend this workshop.

Three Minute Thesis (3MT) – Dissertation Competition

The Office of Graduate Studies will be hosting the 4th Annual Columbian College of Arts & Sciences (CCAS) Three Minute Thesis Competition (3MT®).

CCAS ETD Workshop I

Students completing their dissertation in the near future are strongly encouraged to attend the Electronic Thesis and Dissertation (ETD) workshop. Our student services team will review the submission process, formatting requirements, and briefly discuss upcoming deadlines. This workshop will only cover requirements specific to CCAS graduate students.

De-Mystifying the Thesis/Dissertation Proposal Workshop

Join Carol Hayes, Director of the GW Writing Center, for a hands-on introduction on how to approach the genre of thesis/dissertation proposals. We will discuss the major components of a thesis/dissertation proposal and how these components can work together to help you conceptualize your project. While all students are welcome, this workshop is geared towards students in the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences.

Overcoming Procrastination: Setting Yourself Up to Make Sustained Writing Progress

Join us for a discussion on overcoming procrastination during large writing projects. Dr. Carol Hayes, Director of the GW Writing Center, will share time management skills, tips for finding accountability partners, and advice on setting up writing groups with like-minded GW students working on major papers, thesis, and dissertation work.

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