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No Lost Generation GWU

GW Plays Role in Launching Campaign Advocating for University Sponsorship of Refugee Students

December 03, 2021
Elliott School organization and CCAS, SEAS students lend voices in effort to make higher education more accessible for refugees.
One Washington Circle

GW Seeks Real Estate Investor for One Washington Circle

December 01, 2021
The property has been part of the university’s investment portfolio since 2001.
Hackathon 2021

Innovative GW Students Put Heads Together to Solve Real-Life Challenge in Hackathon Competition

November 30, 2021
Teams were given just a week to create an app to ease air travelers’ anxiety from door to gate.
The Final Lap

The Final Lap among the Many Resources GW Provides to Students during Finals Period

November 30, 2021
University traditions such as Midnight Breakfast, returning to an in-person event, give students a chance to build community and decompress.
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Land of Fire and Ice

November 29, 2021
More than 4 million people live in the Arctic, where climate change is progressing faster than on the rest of the planet. Researchers across GW are working to help sustain their cities, infrastructures and cultures.

Avoidance of Racism in Environmental Health Epidemiology

November 29, 2021
A commentary from Milken Institute SPH researchers found that the term “racism” was seldom mentioned in major environmental health journals.

Message from President LeBlanc on Supporting the Palestinian Community

November 22, 2021
I want you to know that every member of our community deserves to feel welcome, supported, and included at GW, Dr. LeBlanc writes.
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GW Initiative Supporting Equitable Access to Technology Expands

November 22, 2021
The Ethical Tech Initiative of DC received renewal funding from the Public Interest Technology University Network.
John "Mick" Nicholson and John "Jack" Ohlweiler

Military Experts Discuss Commanding during Conflict

November 19, 2021
Former colleagues visit GW Law for a talk about tackling sexual assault, lethal force and other issues.
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Corcoran Students Capture College Photography Honors

November 16, 2021
Three Corcoran students won awards in the College Photographer of the Year competition, including a gold medal for recent graduate Hadley Chittum’s portrait of a D.C. couple released after a combined 50 years in prison.
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GW Launches Interdisciplinary Climate and Health Institute

November 16, 2021
The institute brings together faculty to explore cross-cutting research and advance policy solutions to the 21st century’s most significant health challenge.
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Protecting Your Mental Health over Thanksgiving and Winter Break

November 16, 2021
Counseling and Psychological Services’ Jessica Parrillo offers tips on how to maintain balance during winter transitions to and from school.
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GW Introduces Tool Providing Health Workforce Racial and Ethnic Diversity Data for 10 Professions

November 16, 2021
This tool is the first of its kind to track disparities in the health workforce for all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
Global Affairs and Religion Network

New Global Affairs and Religion Network Merges Conversation between International Affairs and Religion

November 16, 2021
The partnership between the Elliott School and Department of Religion has grown into a University Seminar with student and faculty working groups.

Professor Diana Mason Honored for Leadership in Nursing

November 16, 2021
Dr. Mason believes nurses have a social responsibility to share their perspectives and knowledge with the public.

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