GW Today Archives

Browse past GW Today articles in our archives.

Charming felted ornaments are among the gifts on offer at the George Washington University Museum and the Textile Museum.

Last Minute Holiday Gifts in Foggy Bottom

December 07, 2018

The George Washington University Museum and The Textile Museum has a collection of gift options for every budget.

50 years after Kerner Commission report

The Kerner Commission Report 50 Years Later

December 07, 2018

GSEHD and the Eisenhower Foundation sponsored a panel discussion on the persistence of poverty, inequality and racial injustice in America.

Grace Speights

Trustee Named Attorney of the Year

December 07, 2018

Grace Speights was recognized for her work as an employment lawyer during the #MeToo movement.

The GW Police Department

Leaving D.C. for Winter Break? Here’s What You Should Know

December 06, 2018

GW students should exercise caution as they prepare to leave campus at the end of the semester.

Thomas Brzozowski

Ambiguity Surrounds Domestic Terrorism Classification

December 04, 2018

Thomas Brzozowski, domestic terrorism counsel for the Justice Department, said hate crimes and domestic terrorism are not mutually exclusive concepts.

telehealth

Underserved Populations Least Likely to Use Telehealth Options

December 03, 2018

The use of video communication was most dominant among higher income respondents and those who may have more difficulty leaving the home.

Gelman Library books

Student Resources Available to Get Ready for Finals

December 03, 2018

Everything you need to finish the fall 2018 semester on a high note.

New residence hall design concept

University Incorporating Student Feedback into New Residence Hall Design Process

December 03, 2018

Student space is a priority in the new Foggy Bottom building.

Wade Henderson discussed the structural issues that lead to educational inequality. (T.J. Kirkpatrick/Education Week)

Teachers and Policymakers Outline the Future of Education

December 03, 2018

“2020 Vision,” hosted by GW and Education Week, examined the landscape for teaching and learning after the 2018 midterm elections.

French Ambassador to the US Gérard Araud

French Ambassador to the US Visits GW

December 03, 2018

Gérard Araud said US-France relations need to be rebuilt with a new world order in mind. 

White House

Climate Report Minimization Highlights Alarming Trend

December 03, 2018

Science published by federal agencies in the Trump administration has been politicized and undermined, according to a recent report from GW and other experts.

Cynthia Vance Steele and Liberata Mulamula

Former Tanzanian Ambassador Talks Diplomacy

November 30, 2018

Liberata Mulamula, now an Elliott School visiting scholar, shared stories with the Women’s Leadership Program about her 35 years as a diplomat.

interfaith dinner

Religious Groups Come Together for Interfaith Dinner

November 29, 2018

GW students celebrated religious diversity and reflected on their experiences with faith at the 17th annual event.

Bernie Sanders

Bernie Sanders Discusses Next Steps for a ‘Political Revolution’

November 28, 2018

The senator from Vermont talked about his new book and what the Democratic Party must do to advance a progressive agenda.

Giving Tuesday

#GivingTuesday Supports GW Philanthropy

November 26, 2018

The annual global day of giving back encourages the community to help students through philanthropy.

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