It feels like finals season is just beginning, and you’ve got a mountain of work to face down. That does not sound like fun. But, at least you’ve got the opportunity to do work in the UHP town house in Foggy Bottom! You’re stressed enough as it is without needing to fight for space or making endless Starbucks runs. That’s why we’ve got space, coffee, and snacks ready for you in the UHP town house!
Just check the complete schedule for when our doors are open, stick to it, and you’ll get it all done!
Also, here’s some motivation to keep you going:
Don’t miss out on the last Food for Thought of the semester! Seats are still available, and the lunch is still free. The topic is still GW’s entry in the Solar Decathlon, and you still can make it!
Thursday, April 25th from 1-2pm in the UHP Club Room in Foggy Bottom (714 21st Street)
Food for Thought: Harvest Home, GW’s entry in Solar Decathlon 2013
Lunch and lecture with Prof. Kim Roddis, UHP Faculty Fellow 2012-2013
714 21st Street, UHP Club Room at the Foggy Bottom campus
The Department of Energy’s Solar Decathlon challenges collegiate teams to design, build, and operate solar-powered houses that are cost-effective, energy-efficient, and attractive. GW is a member of Team Capitol DC, a partnership that also includes the Catholic University of America and American University. Come learn about Harvest Home. A model of the house and its landscape will be on display.
We’ll provide lunch, you bring your questions! Seats are limited to 15, so sign up now.
If you haven’t signed up yet, hurry up! Seats are limited.
Join us for this lunchtime event on Thursday, April 11th at 1pm in the UHP Clubroom in Foggy Bottom. Prof. Lori Brainard presents on police department use of social media, with the help of her research assistant, UHPer Andrew Beauregard.
Lunch is free, but seats are limited. So sign up now!
On Wednesday, April 3rd privileged registration will open to Honors students. The wonderful house proctors of West Hall, Meagan and Val will be distributing coffee and breakfast for you sleepy-eyed students starting at 6:30 AM. The fact that they are getting up before 7 AM proves that they care. You can find them outside the elevators on the first floor of West Hall that morning.