Workshops & Academic Events
Libraries and Academic Innovation Workshops
Libraries and Academic Innovation offers a host of free workshops and events to any GWorld card holder on topics including workplace skills, data gathering and analysis, geographic information systems, programming, and design.
Join the Elliott School for International Affairs for an open discussion of your global career options and questions in a changing political environment.
Data from 2017 shows that GW is home to approximately 2,399 Chinese students. Do you feel confident in correctly pronouncing the names Qiaoping, Weixiong, or Xinghua?
If not, join us for an interactive Chinese Pronunciation Workshop led by International Education master's students Panfei Shi and Ruofei Zhang.
Please join the Ethiopian and Eritrean Students Association for an evening of destressing activities.
R is a programming language that is popular for data exploration, visualization, and statistical analysis. This workshop will introduce participants to basic R tasks such as reading data into R, analyzing data, and plotting data.
Building on A Walk on the R Side: Introduction to R for Data Analysis (Workshop 1 of 2), we will continue to learn R.
GIS Day will feature an immersion into Geographical Information Systems with three back-to-back sessions Introduction to Geographic Information Systems, Thinking Spatially with QGIS/Understanding Geographic Data, Styling a Map with QGIS, led by Kean McDermott.