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GW Community Marks Inauguration Weekend

George Washington University students, faculty and staff just wrapped up an Inauguration weekend filled with #OnlyatGW moments.


#GWMusicMonday: Power-Up Edition

January 23, 2017

These upbeat songs recommended by members of the GW community will make you want to achieve your 2017 goals.

José Andrés Discusses Benefits of Clean Cookstoves

January 23, 2017

Global activist’s visit to GW class highlights economic and educational opportunities clean cookstoves present.

Readings of MLK Jr.’s Words Celebrate his Ideals

January 23, 2017

Messages from the Mountaintop program on Kogan Plaza was part of GW’s King Week celebration.

Candidates for DNC Chair Debate Strategies at GW

January 22, 2017

The event hosted by the Huffington Post and SMPA welcomed seven hopefuls who want to be the next leader of the Democratic National Committee. A second on-campus forum will take place

#GWtoDo: Your Curated Arts and Events Agenda

Brush up on your professional and networking skills at the Career and Internship Fair, celebrate the Okinawan Lunar New Year at the museum and learn about the history of the National Mall this week.


News in Brief

Robert Pless to Chair Computer Science Department

Robert Pless joined GW’s Department of Computer Science on Jan. 1 as professor of computer science and chair of the department. He is the inaugural holder of the Patrick and Donna Martin Endowed Professorship.

Read more on the SEAS website

GW Law Professor Reelected to Commission

Sean Murphy, GW Law Patricia Roberts Harris Research Professor of Law, was reelected to the United Nations International Law Commission.

Read more at the International Law Commission...

School of Nursing Dean Receives Leadership in Nursing Education Award

Pamela Jeffries accepted the National League for Nursing Mary Adelaide Nutting Award for Outstanding Leadership in Nursing Education last week.

Read more at the School of Nursing website

GW, joining national movement, opens a food pantry to feed students in need

"The Store" is open to students in need of free food, an issue being addressed at more and more colleges.

Read more at the Washington Post

Editor's Picks

Thomas LeBlanc

Thomas LeBlanc, 17th GW President: ‘There Is a Special Opportunity Here’

Dr. LeBlanc addressed members of the university community on Friday, saying that leading GW will be a great honor, challenge and "incredibly exciting adventure."


Stick to New Year’s Resolutions by Planning Ahead, Enjoying the Process

School of Nursing faculty member and community health coach Nancy Rudner shares advice on how to focus on your goals past January.

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GW Coach Joins White House Summit on Campus Sexual Assault

Women’s basketball leader Jennifer Rizzotti spoke on athletes as catalysts for cultural change.


GW Expert: Repealing Obamacare Would Hurt Patients, Economy

Director of the GW Milken Institute School of Public Health Center for Health Policy Research Leighton Ku discusses the impact of repealing the Affordable Care Act.

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In His Own Words: Civil Rights Leader Remembers MLK

Julian Bond honored Martin Luther King Jr. and the March on Washington at GW’s Commencement in 2008.

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Paul Ryan Says Obamacare Repeal, Immigration Reform Are Priorities

The Speaker of the House discussed GOP legislative agenda at GW during CNN town hall.