Welcome to GW's GSEHD

It is an exciting time to be part of the Graduate School of Education and Human Development as we debate and engage in some of our nation's most important policy issues. Here, we believe that education has been and will continue to be the single greatest contributor to the public good and the nation's future. I'm looking forward to meeting and discussing these critical topics with you.


Dean Michael J. Feuer Ph.D.

Visit the Dean's blog - Feuer Consideration
Information Sessions
Nov 28
Executive Leadership Program
Online
Nov 29
Higher Education Administration Master's
Online
Dec 01
Education Policy Master's & Doctoral
Main Campus
Dec 03
Executive Leadership Program
Ashburn, VA
Dec 07
Secondary Education Master's
Online
Dec 07
Educational Leadership & Administration
Online
Dec 07
School Counseling Master's
Alexandria Campus
Dec 08
Organizational Leadership & Learning Master's
Online
Dec 12
Executive Leadership Program
Online
Dec 12
Higher Education Administration Doctorate
2136 G Street, NW Washington D.C. 20052 (On Campus)
Critical Dates
Nov 29
On-campus Master's Comprehensive Exams
Nov 30
Application for Certificate Clearance Due
Nov 30
On-campus Doctoral Comprehensive Exams
Dec 01
On-campus Doctoral Comprehensive Exams
Dec 08
Last Day to Defend Dissertations
In the News

Marta Jankowska Profiled by Washington Jewish Week

Marta Jankowska, master's student in GSEHD's Experiential Education and Jewish Cultural Arts program, was profiled in Washington Jewish Week's You should know… Marta Jankowska.

Dean Feuer, D. Green, and Maria Ferguson Quoted by GW Hatchet

Dean Michael Feuer, Dr. Colin Green, and Maria Ferguson, Executive Director of GSEHD's Center on Education Policy, were quoted in The GW Hatchet's GSEHD partners with education publication for post-election event.

Dr. Frey Co-leads Parent Education Seminar

Dr. Jennifer Frey and Kari Comer (Clinical Supervisor at GW Speech and Hearing Clinic) co-led a parent education seminar for Alexandria City Public Schools on strategies to support early language, social skills, and play development.

Dr. Frey Presents at Conference

Dr. Jennifer Frey with colleagues from Arizona State University and Vanderbilt University co-authored the presentation Speech and Language Development in Children with Repaired Cleft Palate: A Longitudinal Analysis for the annual American Speech-Language Hearing Conference in Philadelphia.

Dr. Khilji Organizes Conference

Dr. Shaista E. Khilji organized the International Conference on Global Gender Perspective in Lahore, Pakistan. This was part of the GW-LCWU academic partnership that she has been co-leading for the past 3 years. This 3-day conference was funded by the State Department and attended by 300 plus local and international participants from Europe, North America and Asia.

Dr. Engel Moderates Panel at Book Launch

The GW UNESCO Chair hosted a book launch of the edited volume History Can Bite: History Education in Divided and Post-Conflict Societies with several researchers and representatives of the Georg Ekert Institute for International Textbooks Research. Dr. Laura Engel provided opening remarks and moderated the panel.

Dr. Ali Chairs Session

Dr. Arshad I. Ali chaired a session called Ethnographic records as evidence: knowledge, erasure, and the discoverable at the American Anthropological Association's Annual Conference. He presented a paper entitled The ethnographic record as archive: epistemic tensions and the construction of evidence with Muslim youth.

Stacy Morris
As a career changer this program has served me well as I use the skills on a daily basis as a Professional School Counselor at T.C. Williams High School.
Stacy Morris

School Counselor
Alexandria City Public Schools

Daniel Minot
The School Counseling program offered me superb classroom instruction strengthened by practical training. I interned in DC Public Schools, improved my counseling skills in GSEHD’s Community Counseling Center and landed a great position working as a high school counselor for low-income, first-generation, college bound students.
Daniel Minot

College Counselor
KIPP DC: College Preparatory

Brianna Rodriguez
In the School Counseling program I was supported by colleagues who shared my vision and inspired me to push forward despite the challenges we faced together. The professors taught me not only about school counseling, but also transformed the way I see myself in my field. They were instrumental to my post-graduate success.
Brianna Rodriguez

School Counselor
Prince William County, VA

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