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The purpose of the GSEHD Student Association is to:
Further, the GSEHD SA shall act as an umbrella organization for the school's student organizations, distributing funds allocated by the GW SA and providing student organization support.
President: Leanne Aurich
GSEHD Advisor: Thomas Stowell
Chi Sigma Iota is the international honor society for counselors-in-training, counselor educators, and professional counselors. Its mission is to promote scholarship, research, professionalism, leadership and excellence in counseling, and to recognize high attainment in the pursuit of academic and clinical excellence in the field of counseling.
President: Christian Chan
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Scott Beveridge
The Education Policy Student Association brings together graduate students enrolled in the Graduate School of Education and Human Development at The George Washington University, faculty, staff, alumni, policymakers, scholars, and advocates to build a greater understanding of federal, state and local issues related to education policy. The association will foster relationships between members of the association, The George Washington University community, alumni and various organizations and individuals within the community to promote awareness, understanding, professional development, and involvement in local, state and federal education policy.
Co-President: Tara Dunderdale
Co-President: Nanami Yoshioka
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Yas Nakib
The Higher Education Student Association (HESA) is committed to a pursuit of excellence for all students interested in the field of higher education administration. Established in 1976, HESA was created to foster a sense of community among HEA students, alumni, and faculty; to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas on current issues in higher education; and to provide opportunities for professional and personal development.
President: Jacob Wilson
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Rick Jakeman
The Human and Organizational Learning Student Association strives to create a sense of community within the graduate degree program and foster a forum for scholarly dialogue. It is our goal to promote the Human Resource professions within our community and around the world.
President: Debola Ayodele
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Shaista Khilji
The George Washington University International Education Association's (IEA) mission is to advocate for increased awareness of the growing influence and importance of international education primarily through: fostering professional development, providing networking opportunities, and facilitating cultural and service events. The IEA also seeks to promote communication between other student organizations and GW as a whole. During the 2012-2013 school year, the mission of the IEA is to provide professional development, academic, cultural, and social services to students, alumni, and friends of the International Education Program (IEP) at the George Washington University.
President: Rudolph Becker
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Laura Engel
The purpose of the Museum Education Student Association is to foster and maintain credibility and integrity of the Museum Education Program and museum education profession. The Association will advocate for accessibility and accountability, cultivate a forum for scholarly interaction among students, alumni, and faculty, and encourage active participation within the museum community.
President: Shannon Marriott
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Carol Stapp
In addition to GSEHD student associations, the University's Center for Student Engagement maintains a list of all professional groups on campus. Currently, there are over 300 groups. To learn more, click on the links below:
As the official student government organization at GW, the Student Assocation (SA) is responsible for representing all registered graduate, undergraduate, and professional students.
The Center for Student Engagement (CSE) provides resources for graduate and professional students as well as undergraduates. The CSE is also the primary advising group to all GW student organizations.
Within the CSE, the Graduate, Distance, and Professional Student Engagement (GDP) team's mission is to: provide GW graduate, distance, and professional students information and resources through various channels; advocate for graduate students; provide learning opportunities through various co-curricular initiatives; and develop community by supporting social, recreational, and cultural events..
The Office of Student Judicial Services is responsible for the non-academic campus judiciary. Graduate students are encouraged to apply as justices on the University Hearing Board.