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GW Community Reaches out for MLK Jr. Day of Service

Hundreds of volunteers complete service projects with area nonprofits, D.C. public schools and others.

HEADLINES

How the Government Shutdown Impacts GW

BREAKING
January 20, 2018
University officials weigh in on what the GW community should know about the federal government shutdown.

How to Prioritize Exercise, Healthy Eating Goals in 2018

January 18, 2018
Jennifer Sacheck, chair of the Department of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences, said practical and sustainable goals are the key to forming long-lasting habits.

Faculty Senate Opens Conversation on Enterprise Resource Planning

January 16, 2018
GW’s chief information officer presented on possible changes in GW's digital platform with a focus on services that impact student experience and success.
Rose McGowan

#GWtoDo: Your Curated Arts and Events Agenda

Actress and advocate Rose McGowan will visit Lisner in February. Get pumped up at GW's heath and wellness expo. And don't miss this week's slate of events celebrating the life and work of Martin Luther King Jr.

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

Editor's Picks

Rajiv Rimal

SPH Researcher Awarded $4 Million To Study Anemia in India

More than half of all women of childbearing age in India are anemic, which can cause dizziness, rapid heart rate and fatigue.

President Thomas LeBlanc with students

Welcome Back Message from President LeBlanc

Dr. LeBlanc thanks university community for feedback, notes start of progress on key priorities.

SEH students

Research Scholarships to Support Women in Engineering

Eight women will be able to conduct research under faculty mentors as part of funding from the Clare Boothe Luce Program.

career milestones

Long-Serving Staff Honored for ‘Dedication to GW’

University staff marked career milestones with ceremonies and recognition from GW President Thomas LeBlanc.