GW Today Archives

Browse past GW Today articles in our archives.

Making Sense out of the Senseless

December 17, 2012
GW psychologist Richard Cooter discusses the mental health of mass killers—and whether anything can be done to prevent future incidents.
Nathan Brown

Fighting for Egypt’s Identity

December 17, 2012
GW Professor Nathan Brown discusses what Egypt’s new draft constitution means for the future of the nation.
Gilberto Garcia

Gilberto Garcia Named Director of Equal Employment Opportunity

December 12, 2012
Expert in EEO compliance comes to GW from the Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contracts Compliance Programs.
Stephanie Rawlings-Blake

A Brighter Future for Baltimore

December 12, 2012
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake discusses the city’s transformation during talk at GW.
Gilman Scholarship

Record Number of Gilman Scholarships Awarded for Study Abroad

December 12, 2012
Twenty-one students will travel to Europe, Africa, Asia and South America this spring on the need-based scholarships.

A Parisian Study Break

December 12, 2012
The city of lights served as the theme for the university’s 27th Midnight Breakfast in the Marvin Center.

Urban Food Task Force Establishes Award Fund for Students

December 12, 2012
All students may apply by submitting a description of research or projects on food or nutrition.
Meredith Waters

GW Senior Selected for UN’s First Global Youth Forum

December 11, 2012
Meredith Waters shared her insights on youth issues and public health as a delegate at the conference, held last week in Bali, Indonesia.

Albert H. Small Donates Historic Letter to University

December 10, 2012
The 220-year-old letter, written by George Washington, will be part of The Albert H. Small Washingtoniana Collection.

Happy Healthy Holidays

December 10, 2012
School of Public Health and Health Services experts offer advice on how to stay healthy this season.

Latest POLITICO-GW Battleground Poll Reveals ‘Fiscal Cliff’ Anxieties

December 10, 2012
The poll measures attitudes and concerns one month after Barack Obama’s re-election.

Engaging Students Online? Make it Fun, Make it Easy

December 10, 2012
The University Honors Program was recently recognized for how well it connects with students.

GW Researchers Gain Northern Exposure

December 10, 2012
Faculty and students cross disciplines to examine the future of the Arctic.

Solutions for Sustainable Development

December 05, 2012
Economist Jeffrey Sachs addresses global challenges during special lecture at GW.

Researcher Awarded $2 Million Grant from Gates Foundation

December 05, 2012
Anthropologist Robin Bernstein will study growth patterns in rural African children.