2015 Commencement Speaker Apple CEO Tim Cook

Apple CEO Tim Cook to Deliver Commencement Address

Anthony Fauci and Carole Watson to receive honorary degrees at May 17 ceremony.

HEADLINES

A Nurturing Space for Educational Research

March 02, 2015

Student-led symposium at the George Washington University’s Graduate School of Education and Human Development encourages innovation and experimentation.

University Responds to Vandalism in International House

March 02, 2015

GWPD investigating reports of swastikas found in residence hall lobby.

Lisner Turns Toward Dance This Season

March 02, 2015

Three new shows include Maida Withers’ ‘MindFluctuations,’ tango showcase and performance by Jessica Lang Dance.

GW Colonial Named to Academic All-America Team

March 02, 2015

Senior John Kopriva recognized for work on the court and in the classroom.

News in Brief

GW Alumna Makes Bobsled History with World Championship Win

This past weekend, Elana Meyers Taylor became the first U.S. bobsled driver, male or female, in 56 years to win a World Championship gold medal on a non-North American track.

Read the full article from TeamUSA.org

GW Team Wins National Moot Court Competition

A team from GW Law won the 2015 National Moot Court Competition hosted by the New York City Bar Association, defeating a team from Georgetown University in the final round.

Read the full article from GW Today

‘Healing Wars’ Nominated for 2015 Helen Hayes Award

The theatrical dance piece, choreographed by Liz Lerman and starring Bill Pullman, gathered nominations in several categories. The production, commissioned by George Washington University, is part of the National Civil War Project.

Read the full list of nominees in The Washington Post

Kathleen Merrigan Named Co-Chair of AGree

Kathleen Merrigan, executive director of the Sustainability Collaborative at the George Washington University, was named co-chair of AGree, a food, agriculture and rural policy think tank.

Read the release from Agree

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Illuminating Our Racing Hearts

GW researchers are studying the complex relationship between the body’s “fight or flight” response and deadly arrhythmias.

Kirsten Dimovitz

‘People Don’t Want to Talk About It’

In the fight against sexual assault, the first challenge is having the conversation.

Five GW Resources to Help Students Find Summer Internships

Five GW Resources to Help Students Find Summer Internships

Career and Internship Fair, new internship course, changed credit policy available for students.

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And the Oscar Goes To…

George Washington University community shares thoughts on the best movie of the year.

Justices Ginsburg and Scalia: An Unlikely Bond

Justices Ginsburg and Scalia: An Unlikely Bond

The two justices put their friendship on display at the George Washington’s Lisner Auditorium.

Luminaries

A Look Into Brady Art Gallery’s ‘Luminaries’

Highlights from the new show include Warhol prints, Botero painting and Corcoran portrait.