Provost Lerman

Provost Lerman to Step Down

Dr. Lerman to serve on GW faculty following sabbatical.

HEADLINES

GW Inviting Employees With Disabilities, Protected Veterans to Self-identify

August 26, 2015

New measures from Department of Labor will strengthen the university’s efforts to maintain an inclusive workforce.

Researchers Link Microbes in the Throat to Schizophrenia

August 25, 2015

A new study from the Computational Biology Institute may help identify new treatments for the psychiatric disorder.

SEAS Professor Among 100 ‘Inspiring Women in STEM’

August 25, 2015

Rachelle Heller recognized by INSIGHT Into Diversity Magazine for her programming and mentorship.

GW Establishes Community Response Program

August 24, 2015

Responders will document community members’ concerns about off-campus incidents.

News in Brief

Paralegal Studies Professor Named Commisioner of Patents

Drew Hirshfeld, professor of intellectual property in the paralegal studies program of GW's College of Professional Studies, has been named overseer of all patent organization for the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

Read the full release at the Patent and Trademark Office Website

When a Trip to the Zoo Resulted in an Engineering Breakthrough

Megan Leftwich, a George Washington University professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering, is building a robotic flipper based on her observations of sea lions.

Read the full article at Smithsonian.com

University Is a Finalist in 2015 Greenbuild Leadership Awards

GW is among the 12 four-year colleges in the running for the sustainable building award from nonprofit organization Second Nature and the U.S. Green Building Council’s Center for Green Schools.

Read more from Second Nature

GW Division of IT Business Intelligence Services Honored

The division garnered the Technology Innovators Award from the National Association of College and University Business Officers (NACUBO) for its Principal Investigator's Dashboard.

Read the full release from the NACUBO Website

Editor's Picks

Peter Nemes

GW Chemist Receives Beckman Young Investigator Award

Peter Nemes is developing a technology to analyze proteins in single neurons.

CHC

Tips for Parents: How to Stay in Tune with Your Student’s Wellness

GW Mental Health Services Director Silvio Weisner offers advice on supporting your student’s transition to college life.

Sanjit Sethi

Sanjit Sethi Named Inaugural Director of the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design

Mr. Sethi brings more than 15 years of experience in arts administration and higher education to GW.

Ambassador Reuben E. Brigety II will serve as the new dean of the Elliott School of International Affairs.

Ambassador Reuben E. Brigety II Named Elliott School Dean

Dr. Brigety currently represents the United States to the African Union and to the UN Economic Commission of Africa.

GW

GW Students Find Footing on a Career Path Through Summer Internships

Before turning their tassels on the National Mall, more than two-thirds of GW undergraduates and thousands of graduate students test their academic mettle in the workplace.

Gate

Standardized Test Scores Will Be Optional for GW Applicants

Beginning in August, submitting SAT or ACT scores will no longer be required for most students applying for undergraduate admission.

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