D.C. Mondays: 200 Years of George Washington University
Monday, February 22nd
Over the course of 200 years any educational institute is bound to have a few bumps in the road, and the George Washington University is no exception. Since the signing of Columbian College’s charter on February 9, 1821, GW has survived domestic and international wars, three campus moves, and a number of financial crises. This talk by University Archivist Brigette Kamsler will celebrate GW’s bicentennial year by exploring the endurance of the university, its students and its staff.
About Brigette KamslerBrigette C. Kamsler is a professional archivist with extensive experience in the non-profit, educational and corporate realms. She has a bachelor’s in History from Millersville University and a master’s of Library and Information Science from the University of Pittsburgh, where she specialized in archives, preservation and records management. She served as archivist at the Historical Society of Frederick County, Maryland; the Burke Library at Columbia University’s Union Theological Seminary in New York; and HSBC. Currently she is proud to be the University Archivist at GW.
How to Participate
To participate, register online, and we will email you a link and instructions for joining the program on Zoom. Simply follow that link at the time the event starts (12 p.m. EST). When you register, you can also request to receive a reminder email one day before the program with the link included.
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