On April 13, 2016 students, faculty, alumni and friends celebrated Awards Night at School of Media and Public Affairs. Director Frank Sesno and Professor Steven V.
The School of Media and Public Affairs (SMPA) announced today that Aaron Kwittken, B.A. ’92, established the Kwittken Fund for Strategic Communication Internships and Mentoring with a $50,000.00 gift. The fund will support the SMPA Career Access Network (SMPA CAN), providing support for students who take unpaid or underpaid internships in the field of strategic communication and media. Up to three “Kwittken Internship Awards” will be given annually for the next five years. The Kwittken Fund will also provide for formal mentoring support for students to connect with alumni professionals and others working in the field.
Although it’s only February, the end of the Spring Semester will be here before you know it, so be sure to apply for FREE money from SMPA for the next academic year.
On Thursday, September 2, in what was yet another amazing and uniquely GW opportunity, I attended “Campaign 2016: Personalities, Politics & Predictions” a panel discussion on the upcoming presi
Broadcasting Board of Governors Names SMPA National Council Member John Lansing as Chief Executive Officer
The Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG), the independent federal government agency that oversees all U.S.
To Mike Shanahan’s students, advisees and Hatchet staffers:
Professor Michael Shanahan passed away in November of 2014.