WOW TALK Series
WOWTALK (What’s our Work) series, a new twist on the influential TED Talks video podcasts, brings together colleagues from disciplines associated with GW's Science and Engineering Hall—and related fields—to present new research and share ideas. The monthly sessions include three 10-15 minute talks followed by an opportunity to tour SEH labs and discuss new technologies.
GW faculty and students from all schools, especially the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences, School of Engineering and Applied Science, Milken Institute School of Public Health and School of Medicine and Health Sciences, are welcome to attend or present a topic.
The WOWTALK series is designed to stimulate the kind of collaboration and innovation that will bring GW research to the next level!
The Committee of WOWTALK Series
- Brenda Bradley, Associate Professor of Anthropology
- Evie Downie, CCAS Associate Dean for Research and Strategic Initiatives, Associate Professor of Physics
- Can Korman, SEAS Associate Dean of Research and Graduate Studies, Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering
- Michael Massiah, Associate Professor of Chemistry
- Santiago Solares, Professor of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
CCAS Faculty Coffee And Networking (Faculty CAN)
The CCAS Faculty Coffee And Networking (Faculty CAN) is aimed at creating a platform for faculty to interact with each other to explore collaborative opportunities, and to create the kind of synergies needed for us to move forward. This will be a semi-regular event series run a few times a year; with a specific focus theme for each event. Suggestions on future themes can be sent to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Grantsmanship Workshop Series
In an effort to boost the competitiveness of grant and fellowship applications from CCAS faculty, we are pleased to offer the CCAS Grantsmanship Workshop Series, focusing on the techniques and strategies for successful grant and fellowship applications. We expect this event series to include panel discussions by experienced colleagues, presentations from funding agencies, as well as other types of events that could enhance the research and scholarship of CCAS faculty.
All upcoming events are posted on the homepage.