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Paralegal Studies Program Granted National Honor Society Chapter Rights

May 10, 2007
GW's paralegal studies program was recently granted the right to maintain a Chapter of Lambda Epsilon Chi (LEX). Lambda Epsilon Chi is a paralegal national honor society founded by the American Association for Paralegal Education.

CPS Sponsors 3rd Annual Newton Mathematics Competition

March 15, 2007
CPS co–sponsored and hosted the annual Newton Math Competition at GW this year on March 15th. Over one hundred students from regional high schools attended and competed in individual or group categories. The opening remarks were provided by Don Lehman, Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs and George Gamow Professor of Physics. Dr. Paul Werbos from the NSF presented the luncheon lecture on 'Mathematics and the brain'."

CPS Announces New Paralegal Studies Programs

August 07, 2006
Innovative new Master's and Graduate Certificate programs in Paralegal Studies will launch in January 2007. These new programs will be the only credit–bearing, post–baccalaureate paralegal program in Washington, D.C.

Healthcare Corporate Compliance Program Receives HCCB Accreditation

July 26, 2006
The Healthcare Compliance Certification Board (HCCB), which confers the premier accreditation within the healthcare compliance field, approved the accreditation of GW's Graduate Certificate in Healthcare Corporate Compliance.

CPS Announces New Master's Program in Molecular Biotechnology

April 11, 2006
New integrated degree will prepare graduates for careers in bioscience and business. Unlike traditional graduate degrees in science fields, the M.P.S. program features a science curriculum that exposes the students to technology entrepreneurship and management of innovation.

GW's Graduate School of Political Management Joins CPS

January 17, 2006
GW announced that its Graduate School of Political Management joined its College of Professional Studies on January 1, 2006, after 10 years in GW's Columbian College of Arts and Sciences.

Healthcare Compliance Program

August 05, 2005
CPS announces new Graduate Certificate in Healthcare Corporate Compliance that will provide students with a comprehensive view of health care and the regulatory landscape to enhance compliance.

Master's in Middle–School Mathematics

June 29, 2005
GW's College of Professional Studies and Mathematics Department Partner with the American Association for the Advancement of Science and D.C. Public Schools to Aid Math Teachers.

CPS Dean Appointed as UCEA President

June 01, 2005

Roger Whitaker, Dean, College of Professional Studies, and Professor, Department of Educational Leadership, was elected by the national membership of the University Continuing Education Association (UCEA) as President–elect for 2004 and President for 2005. In October, he delivered the keynote speech, "Why Be Bold?," at the UCEA Mid–Atlantic Regional Annual Conference, and, in January, presented a paper entitled "Creating Crosswalks: Competencies and Curricula" at the 2004 Workforce Development Forum, San Francisco, CA.

Read the announcement piece: "What Shall We Cause?" for the goals & initiatives of 2005–2006.

New Police Science Program

April 14, 2004
On April 15, 2004, GW's President Trachtenberg announced the new CPS undergraduate certificate and degree programs in Police Science, with special scholarships for police who are admitted to these programs, as part of the dedication ceremony of a grand archway on the campus of GW as the "Walter E. Washington Memorial Arch" in honor of the late mayor of the District of Columbia. Click below to see news releases on this program.

Ford and Sloan Foundation Grants Awarded to CPS

January 01, 2004

In January '04, CPS, on behalf of the GW Office of the Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs, accepted the award of four Council of Graduate Schools (CGS) feasibility planning grants from the Ford and Sloan Foundations for development of innovative professional master's degree programs in the humanities, social sciences, and the sciences.

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