Faculty Senate Parliamentarian Steve Charnovitz, George Washington President Thomas LeBlanc and Provost Forrest Maltzman at Frid

Provost Reports on Results of Online Program Review at Faculty Senate

Friday’s meeting also included updates on dean review process, Global Women’s Institute.

HEADLINES

In Memoriam: Jane Highsaw

February 12, 2018
Former Mount Vernon College professor maintained lifelong friendships with students and colleagues.

GW Hosts British Parliament Hearings on Fake News

February 12, 2018
Members of Britain’s House of Commons question Google, Facebook and Twitter representatives over disinformation and fake news.

University Launches ‘GW Global’ Website

February 12, 2018
The site provides resources and information on international services and efforts.
Homecoming

#GWtoDo: Your Curated Arts and Events Agenda

A free Hulu screening and Q & A featuring “The Looming Tower” stars Peter Sarsgaard and Tahar Rahim, women’s basketball takes on cancer, a bonfire in honor of George Washington, free tax prep at the School of Business for low-income families and more.

News in Brief

Book by SON Professor Kimberly D. Acquaviva Wins Top Award

"LGBTQ-Inclusive Hospice and Palliative Care: A Practical Guide to Transforming Professional Practice" recognized by American Journal of Nursing.

Read about Dr. Acquaviva's honor

GW Professor Awarded Chicago-Kent College of Law/Roy C. Palmer Civil Liberties Prize

Hugh Gusterson, professor of anthropology and international affairs, wins the 2017 prize for his book "Drone: Remote Control Warfare."

Read more about Professor Gusterson's honor

SMPA Director to Receive President's Medal from SUNY-ESF

Frank Sesno recognized for extraordinary contributions to science, humanity and the natural world.

Read about Frank Sesno's honor

GW Sophomore Named Global Food Challenge Emerging Leader

Julia Loudenburg among 10 students nationally selected for the honor by Land O' Lakes, Inc.

Read about Julia Loudenburg's recognition

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Provost Announces Reorganization to Enhance Student Experience

Laurie Koehler to lead creation of new entity bringing together the strengths of the current Divisions of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management and Retention.

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Flu Season Hits GW

The Colonial Health Center reports an influx of students testing positive for flu virus, offers tips on prevention.

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Students ‘Excited to Learn’ at PyeongChang Olympics

A group of GW students led by Professor Lisa Delpy Neirotti will collect data for the International Olympic Committee in South Korea.

Mount Kilimanjaro

Mount Kilimanjaro Hike ‘More Than Just One Student Trip’

A group of GW students are fundraising for charity ahead of plans to summit Mount Kilimanjaro in May.

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GW Undergraduate Researchers Doing ‘Remarkable Work’

Research with faculty mentors has shaped the undergraduate experience and future career paths for many GW students.

Lou Katz

Lou Katz Announces Retirement

Executive vice president and treasurer will step down in June after 27 years at the university.