Creativity and Improvisation: Developing an Entrepreneurial Mindset

Creativity, experimentation, empathy, play, and reflection are key skills in developing a successful entrepreneurial mindset. In this informative and hilarious session by Professor Stuart Levy, participants are encouraged to test these skills through a variety of improvisational exercises including pitch presentations. Attendees will appreciate how embracing failure is key to entrepreneurship and life in general. […]

Creating an Entrepreneurial Mindset

We are all born with a unique set of gifts, including various levels of creativity and innovation. Did you know that these skills can be increased with practice? Join us as we have fun and explore exercises that foster and grow your imagination. After all..."Creativity is intelligence having fun" -- Albert Einstein   Led by: […]

The Impact of Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG) Reporting in Hospitality and Tourism

Many studies suggest that companies with robust environmental, social & governance (ESG) practices showed strong financial performance, improved operational efficiencies, and increased sustainability in management systems. Considering the unique nature of travel and tourism, the importance of ESG reporting is no exception to the hospitality and tourism industry. In this session, we will discuss the […]

HR Coffee Hour With The GWU SHRM Student Chapter

Do you question the validity of your chosen career path since COVID-19? Do you wonder about the security of employment moving forward? Don't be afraid to think outside of the box with your career planning. Join the GWU SHRM Student Chapter President, Ursula Martin, during this wonderful Sync Session, to delve into creative ways of […]

Breaking Barriers & Changing Boundaries: Redefining a Woman’s Role in the Arab World

“As women, we have too many responsibilities: We are daughters, We are mothers, We are wives, We are engineers, We are lawyers, We are doctors, We are entrepreneurs, We are caregivers to family members old and young which contributes to us having the lowest rate of labor force participation in the Arab peninsula. And yet, […]

GW OIE’s Entrepreneurship Meet-Up

District House B114 2121 H St NW, Washington, DC, United States

"Entrepreneurship Power Hour" from 5:30-6:30pm in District House B114. This is an informal event where students can come meet other students interested in entrepreneurship and learn more about the resources available through our office.

Creativity and Innovation Certificate


Dates: Live Module Dates are October 13-15, 12 - 1:30 PM EST   About Are you an educator, individual, entrepreneur, entrepreneurial group, or start-up? Are you interested in learning, teaching, creating, funding, and implementing solutions to address social, environmental, and cultural issues in your community?   If you answered yes to any of the questions […]

Free – $750.00

The Seventh Key to Success for Startups and Beyond: Management Zen

Duques Hall Room 152 2201 G St NW, Washington, DC, United States

About Author David Muchow, award-winning corporate lawyer, serial CEO, and inventor discusses his new book, The 7 Secret Keys to Startup Success: What You Need to Know to Win. In this one-on-one interview with GW School of Business management professor Stuart Levy, David will share stories and experiences in reviewing the seven keys, how to […]


Immigration Resources for GW Student Entrepreneurs


Many of the most innovative and fastest-growing businesses in the US have been founded by international entrepreneurs working or studying in the U.SA. This presentation will provide you with an overview of the U.S. visa options, the requirements, and the key strategies associated with securing the most suitable U.S. entrepreneur visa successfully. Our speaker will […]