Other University Events: May and Beyond

Annual Awards Show: Juried by Margaret Boozer
Monday – Friday,
through May 19 | 9 AM – 5 PM
Smith Hall of Art, Classroom 102

This juried exhibition showcases the work of Fine Arts students from the 2011-2012 school year. Awards this year total in $7,000, which will be given out at the opening reception on Tuesday, May 1 at 5 p.m.

GW Cancer Institute’s 3rd Annual ‘GWCI Marine Corps Marathon Team’
Registration Now Open for the Oct. 28, 2012 Marathon/10k

Did you play the lottery and lose? The 37th Annual Marine Corps Marathon registration lottery closed at record pace (2 hours and 41 minutes), but you still have a chance to get a spot in the big race. The GW Cancer Institute welcomes runners from throughout the metropolitan community to be a part of our 3rd Annual GWCI Marine Corps Marathon team. Run the marathon or run the 10k — either way we have a spot for you. Help us take the next step in the fight against cancer by joining the GWCI team. Register at gwumc.edu/gwci/marine.html; for questions, call (202) 994-2449 or email gwcimcm@gwu.edu.

Summer Literacy Camp: Parent Workshop
June 4-7 | 5:45 – 8 PM
GW’s Speech and Hearing Center

Parents of children ages 7 to 11 years will learn how to create a literacy rich environment for their children while making engaging materials. Each night will focus on a different area of literacy concepts. Parents will walk away with functional activities and resources that they can use at home to promote literacy skills. Parents will also have the opportunity to interact with one another and practice learned techniques. For registration and other information please contact: Geoffrey Greenman: 202-994-3027gsgreenman@gwu.edu; or Kari Comer: 202-994-7363comerk@gwu.edu.

Summer Literacy Camp: Literacy Camp
July 16-20 | 9 AM – Noon
GW’s Speech and Hearing Center

Throughout this one-week camp, children ages 7 to 11 years will receive a multi-sensory approach targets literacy skills including phonemic awareness, decoding, vocabulary, and reading comprehension. A modified Orton-Gillingham approach will be utilized. Students will participate in small group instruction and one-on-one teaching. For registration and other information please contact: Geoffrey Greenman: 202-994-3027gsgreenman@gwu.edu; or Kari Comer: 202-994-7363,comerk@gwu.edu

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