Proud to be GW Foggy Bottom 2018

University Hosts Proud to Be GW Festivals

The annual festivals bring GW staff together for activities and school spirit.

HEADLINES

Nursing Students Celebrate Entry into the Profession

August 17, 2018

Traditional pinning ceremony welcomed 50 students into the health care field.

August Is National Immunization Awareness Month

August 17, 2018

David Diemert, an associate professor of microbiology and immunization expert, talked about why vaccinations are critical to public health.

GW Hospital Selected to Open New Hospital and Health Complex in Southeast D.C.

August 13, 2018

Partnership with D.C. government aims to improve health care access and outcomes for District residents.

 

GWToDo

#GWtoDo: Your Curated Arts and Events Agenda

Staff come together to celebrate GW at the Proud to Be GW festivals, enjoy free concerts on the National Mall and more.

News in Brief

Director of GW Regulatory Studies Center Talks about Documenting Trump’s Deregulation 

Susan E. Dudley says recent actions suggest the administration is taking steps to limit federal regulation, but developing metrics to monitor the effects of those changes is difficult. 

Read more of Dudley’s article at Forbes

GW Law Professor Discusses the Trial Judge in the Manafort Case.

Johnathan Turley said the judge's outspoken nature creates conditions for potential removal or reversal in the case.

Read Professor Turley's article at The Hill

Senior Fellow with GW Center for Health Policy Talks about Medicaid Budget Cuts

Carole Myers says suggested budget cuts to health care programs will not remedy the nation's growing debt.

Read more of Myer's article at The Hill

GW Graduate Media Student Discusses New Oscars Category

Joshua Axelrod says the new category for popular films will create a divide in the film community without clarification from the Academy.

Read more of Axelrod's article at the...

Editor's Picks

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Student Experience to Be Enhanced with New Organizational Structure

The new Office of Student Success is among the changes that aim to improve the student experience.

Professor of Applied Psychology Lisa Bowleg. (Courtesy Lisa Bowleg)

GW Researcher Receives $3.7 Million Grant to Study Effect of Stressors on Black Men

Intersectionality research will look at how different positions of power affect mental and physical health and drug use.

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Cartoonist’s Spiked Works Get Public Display

Corcoran School hosts exhibition of rejected cartoons by ex-Pittsburgh Post-Gazette cartoonist Rob Rogers.

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Strategic Initiatives Website Launches

The site provides new information about the university’s five strategic initiatives and brings them under the theme “Together, We Raise High.”

Luther Brady

In Memoriam: Luther W. Brady

Dr. Brady was a GW alumnus, trustee emeritus, world-renowned oncologist and passionate arts advocate.

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Colonial Inauguration Introduces the Class of 2022 to the University

Incoming students will learn about the GW experience, meet classmates in eight sessions over the summer.