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The following is a full listing of contacts in the Graduate School of Education and Human Development. Contacts are broken down into staff (academic and non-academic), departments, and programs. If you do not see the contact information you are looking for, please contact GSEHD Web Services.
All contacts for offices and services under the Office of the Dean, non-academic.
The Office of Communications manages GSEHD publications, newsletters, reports, and various other responsibilities. View the contact information for the Office and Communication and Media Requests in this contact section.
The Office of Development and Alumni Relations for the Graduate School of Education and Human Development at The George Washington University partners with alumni, faculty, parents and friends support the academic interests and needs of the school.
The Office of Student Life integrates admissions, student services, and career services into one coalescing office.
Are you a prospective student looking for more information about admittance to GSEHD? People looking for more information about applying for admittance to GSEHD should contact the Office of Admissions.
As the administrative arm of the Office of the Dean, the Office of Student Services oversees the new student orientation, comprehensive examinations, requests for a leave of absence, registration issues, student appeals, dissertation defenses for doctoral students, and degree clearance.
The Office of Career Services assists members of the GSEHD community in identifying career goals, exploring options, preparing for a job or internship search, and determining how to best utilize print, human, and online resources.
Technical Services is responsible for mainting the schools IT infrastructure, as well as providing computer and networking support to faculty and staff.
The Instructional Services department provides user training and support for new technology initiatives. The Instructional Services department is also responsible for the CPAS/Taskstream initiative.
The Web Services department is in charge of maintaining the web site you are currently visiting, as well as creating new web content, and new web applications to make the online experience for GSEHD faculty, staff, students, and alumni the best it can be.
All contacts related to the five main GSEHD academic departments.
A variety of counseling programs are designed to prepare students to become skilled professional practitioners in an expansive range of counseling specialties, including school counseling, clinical mental health counseling, rehabilitation counseling and career and workforce development, among others.
Whether you wish to teach in elementary or secondary schools, deepen your expertise in specific areas of teaching, or become a scholar or researcher in curriculum and instruction, we have nationally recognized and accredited certificate, masters, and doctoral programs for you.
Students are immersed in a curriculum-rich scholarly experience in which they can integrate theory seamlessly with practice, developing into successful leaders in fields such as higher education administration, education policy, international education, museum education and educational technology.
This department offers programs that provide a sound understanding of organizations as human systems and contemporary knowledge to meet the competitive challenges of the global economy. Students focus on the inter-relationships among people, organizations and learning while utilizing systemic change processes.
This department offers a variety of specialized programs that equip students with the knowledge and expertise to meet a growing need for special education and early intervention for children with academic or social difficulties.