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GW community members gathered in the Marvin Center Tuesday afternoon to weigh in on the latest round of top-ranked proposals generated by the university’s Innovation Task Force.
Two students will receive $50,000 scholarships in the George Washington University’s first Innovation Task Force scholarship competition.
Alex Schneider, a second-year Law School student, and Joe Holleran, a junior in the School of Business, were announced as the winners of the ITF scholarship contest Monday. The two students, who established business plans and went through three rounds of review—including presentations before a panel of judges in late March—will each receive a $50,000 scholarship and have their ideas implemented by the university.
Students could win a year's worth of free tuition if they pitch a plan that saves or pulls in $1 million for the University annually.
Innovative cost-saving ideas—including a full scholarship that would be awarded to a student who develops an implementable plan to net the university $1 million—were the focus of a Showcase of Idea
Innovation Task Force initiatives focus on military personnel and veterans.
A post-baccalaureate pre-health professional certificate, groundbreaking new online degree programs, winter enrichment offerings and an international gap year are among six new initiatives selected
The Innovation Task Force unveiled its top proposals Tuesday for the next phase of the University-wide cost-saving initiative, including pitches to expand online learning and alternative academic programs.
The GW community is gathering this week at two university-wide Showcases of Ideas to weigh in on the latest top-ranked proposals under consideration by the Innovation Task Force.
Students in GW’s largest school, the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences, experience innovation in action every time they walk into the bustling advising office on the first floor of Phillips Ha
The GW community gathered last week at two university-wide Showcases of Ideas for a wide-ranging discussion on seven top-ranked proposals under consideration by the Innovation Task Force.
After months of rigorous discussion and analysis, the Innovation Task Force will present its third round of leading innovation ideas to the GW community this week at two “showcases of ideas.” Seven
The Innovation Task Force entered phase three this summer in full swing, with $23.4 million in savings and new revenue identified toward the initiative’s $60 million goal.
GW is on track to secure significant savings by spending money on goods and services in a smarter way through strategic sourcing—one of the top six innovation ideas generated in phase one of the In