Michael Keidar

GW Signs $5.3 Million Agreement to Research Plasma-Based Cancer Therapies

September 18, 2017
Cold atmospheric plasma technology co-developed by SEAS Professor Michael Keidar shows promise as targeted cancer treatment.
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GSPM Kicks Off 30th Anniversary with a Salute to Distinguished Alumni

September 18, 2017
Director Lara Brown celebrates 30 years of the Graduate School of Political Management with plans to enhance the image of political and public affairs.
IDEA

#GWtoDo: Your Curated Arts and Events Agenda

September 18, 2017
Pitch your startup ideas and compete to win $1,000 at the GW Idea Fest, learn to tango and discuss sports law with Rich Slivka, general counsel for the NFL’s Denver Broncos.
smpa

SMPA Town Hall Examines Changes in Media, Politics

September 18, 2017
The discussion was driven by students and included a panel of journalists, political experts and a member of Congress.
SMPA Fellow

SMPA Announces New Fellows

September 18, 2017
The School of Media and Public Affairs welcomes new members to its community.
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GW Law Panel Previews Upcoming Term of Supreme Court

September 15, 2017
Cases involving President Trump's travel ban, gerrymandering, voter purges and religious rights highlight the October 2017 term of the nation's highest court.
NATO Supreme Allied Commander for Transformation Denis Mercier spoke Monday at the Elliott School. (Elliott School for Internati

NATO General Cites Need for Flexibility and Resilience

September 15, 2017
Denis Mercier spoke at the Elliott School on adaptation and projecting stability.

How to Get a Flu Shot at GW

September 13, 2017
Students, faculty and staff can get their vaccinations on campus.
Denise Krepp

‘Making Noise’ Is Key to Breaking Down Institutional Silence on Sexual Assault

September 13, 2017
Denise Krepp, B.A. ’95, says she was forced out of the government for trying to investigate how the Merchant Marine Academy handles sexual assault.
Brad Jones

SMHS Research Team to Study Natural Immune Response to HIV

September 12, 2017
Assistant Professor Brad Jones was awarded $2 million to study the body’s natural defenses against HIV and seeks to establish guidelines for further therapeutic development.
scraps

‘Scraps:’ New, Sustainable Approaches to Fashion

September 11, 2017
The George Washington University Museum and The Textile Museum’s latest exhibition showcases ways to reduce waste in the textile industry.

GW Offers Help to Students Affected by Hurricane Irma

September 11, 2017
Resources also are available to students and members of the George Washington University community impacted by Hurricane Harvey and Western wildfires.
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GW’s New STEMworks Adds New Dimensions to Learning

September 11, 2017
The Gelman Library opens a one-stop shop to boost quantitative skills and support for programming and coding.
GW President Thomas LeBlanc

President LeBlanc Addresses Faculty Senate

September 11, 2017
Dr. LeBlanc outlined five areas of focus during the first meeting of the 2017-18 Faculty Senate.
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Day of Service Deepens GW Connection with Community

September 11, 2017
At official freshman Convocation and day of welcome, GW students, faculty and staff put in work at 40 sites around Washington, D.C.

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