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#GWtoDo: Your Curated Arts and Events Agenda

February 21, 2017
Celebrate GW events continue with a trip to Mount Vernon and a lecture about George Washington. Plus, don’t miss a screening of the award-winning dark comedy “Fargo,” a dance marathon and events in honor of Black Heritage Celebration.
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‘Songs of My People’ 25 Years Later

February 17, 2017
SMPA Professor Imani M. Cheers reimagines the iconic 1992 photography exhibition that documented African American life.

Five Alumni to Receive Outstanding Service Awards

February 17, 2017

Five George Washington University alumni will receive the Alumni Outstanding Service Award in April for their volunteer efforts in support of the university.

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Researchers Design Facial Recognition System to Track Wild Lemurs

February 17, 2017
Experts hope the method will help answer evolutionary questions and aid in conservation efforts for the world’s most endangered group of mammals.
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Protein-Fueled Fruit Flies More Likely to Produce Successful Sons

February 16, 2017
A GW biology researcher published a paper linking high-protein paternal diets to increased success in offspring mating.
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In His Own Words: A Founding Father’s Educational Legacy

February 16, 2017
George Washington believed a national university in Washington, D.C., could eliminate “jealousies and prejudices.”
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Black Athletes and Activism

February 15, 2017
Experts from ESPN discuss at GW the pros and cons of athletes taking public stands on sometimes controversial issues.
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Faculty Senate Hears Updates on Research Funding and Flagg Building Renovations

February 13, 2017
The body also approved an academic forgiveness policy for first year students.
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#GWMusicMonday: Songs GW Loves to Love

February 13, 2017
Members of the GW community pick their favorite romance tunes ahead of Valentine’s Day.

University Kicks Off #CelebrateGW Month of Events

February 13, 2017
GW celebrated the university's founding, annual George Washington Birthday Bonfire and homecoming weekend.
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Could the New Education Secretary Transform Public Education?

February 13, 2017
GW expert Maria Voles Ferguson discusses Betsy DeVos's history with "school choice" and what she will bring to federal role.
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Five Takeaways from a Session with Thomas LeBlanc

February 13, 2017
GW’s incoming president talks about his preparation for the job, GW’s strong points and other issues.
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Country Singer Brett Young to Perform at Lisner Auditorium

February 13, 2017
Limited number of discounted tickets for students are available beginning Tuesday at noon.
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Progress on Autism Research Highlights Board of Trustees Meeting

February 10, 2017
Kevin Pelphrey, director of the Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorders Institute, told the board that GW has carved out its niche in autism.
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The GW Board of Trustees Approves Tuition Rates for 2017-18

February 10, 2017
Board maintains the university’s fixed tuition policy; increases for incoming undergraduate students limited to roughly 3 percent.

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