Featured Speaker: John Saltmarsh on How Community-Engaged Scholarship is Transforming Higher Education

Featured Speaker: John Saltmarsh on How Community-Engaged Scholarship is Transforming Higher Education

Join the Nashman Center on Wednesday, January 30th, 9:00-10:45am, as we welcome Dr. John Saltmarsh to campus for a talk and facilitated discussion,

“How Community-Engaged Scholarship is Transforming Higher Education.”

(RSVP HERE)

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Start the New Semester With a Discussion on Public Health 1/28/2019

DC Community Health Connect is a series of networking and educational events for community-based health care providers and community members. The purpose of these events is to create a forum to exchange ideas and resources, as well as to learn from experts from academia, government, and community-based organizations.

Food will be provided, and tickets are free but limited.

Date: Monday, January 28, 2019

Time: 5:30 - 8:00PM

Location: Busboys and Poets, 14th & V

2021 14th Street NW

Washington, DC 20009 

Eventbrite Link:  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/dc-community-health-connect-sickle-cell-disease-tickets-53606298883

For any questions, please contact:

Kristina Williams at krwilliams@mfa.gwu.edu 

Click Here to RSVP!

What Works To Prevent Violence Against Girls

On Thursday, December 6, 2018, from 2-4 p.m. the Global Women’s Institute and Department for International Development are hosting an event, “What Works To Prevent Violence Against Girls,” at the Milken Institute of Public Health.

The event will feature several highly qualified panelists who have researched these issues as they manifest all around the world. The event is being held in recognition of 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence. More information can be found below.

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Next Steps for Students

As we near the end of another semester, our students often need help identifying their next steps, given the significant learning experience they have had. Below are a few suggestions to forward to them.

GW Ranked one of the Best Colleges for Student Voting

Washington Monthly ranked GW one of America’s best colleges for voting. The rankings were decided based on a variety of metrics-one of places that GW scored well was that the institution encourages students to vote. You can see the full article (as well as the other civically active and not-so active universities here: https://washingtonmonthly.com/magazine/september-october-2018/americas-best-colleges-for-student-voting/)

Storytelling as Scholarship: Exploring Digital Stories, PhotoVoice and Other Methods

The 2019 Nashman Faculty Learning Communities (FLC) are forming now. These small inter-disciplinary/inter-professional groups meet monthly for one year to discuss and learn collectively about their topic of interest. All GW faculty and administrators are welcome. Click here for information about other FLC's forming for 2019.

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Faculty Learning Community: Community-Engaged Scholarship in Online Courses

The 2019 Nashman Faculty Learning Communities (FLC) are forming now. These small inter-disciplinary/inter-professional groups meet monthly for one year to discuss and learn collectively about their topic of interest. All GW faculty and administrators are welcome. Click here for information about other FLC's forming for 2019.

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Faculty Learning Community: Community Engagement and the Arts

The 2019 Nashman Faculty Learning Communities (FLC) are forming now. These small inter-disciplinary/inter-professional groups meet monthly for one year to discuss and learn collectively about their topic of interest. All GW faculty and administrators are welcome. Click here for information about other FLC's forming for 2019.

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