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GW Law Students Offer Aid to Qualified Tax Filers

March 25, 2015
Final “assistance fair” takes place Wednesday afternoon for residents with household incomes up to $60,000.
Eric Cline

GW Professor Investigates the Year Civilization Collapsed

March 25, 2015
“1177 B.C.,” Eric Cline’s top-selling archaeology book, has been submitted for a Pulitzer Prize.
Laura Papish

Dean's Seminar Takes Ride through Love, Sex and Friendship

March 25, 2015
Professor Laura Papish teaches freshmen how to think like philosophers.
Photos by Zachary Marin

Senior Prom Brings Luau to GW

March 23, 2015
More than 200 elderly District residents attended the George Washington University’s 13th annual Senior Prom Saturday evening.
On Time, On Accident

‘ON TIME, ON ACCIDENT’ Displayed at Gallery 102

March 23, 2015
M.F.A. student Cassidy Garbutt’s current exhibition explores the relationship between chance and intent.
Anthony LaMantia

GW Researchers Receive $6.2 million NIH Grant to Research Pediatric Dysphagia

March 23, 2015
Faculty from the School of Medicine and Health Sciences will join Children’s National scientists to study the feeding and swallowing disorder.
Carrie Ross. (Photo: Rob Stewart)

University Hires Assistant Director for Sexual Assault Prevention and Response

March 23, 2015
Carrie Ross will lead training, outreach and consultation around issues of campus sexual violence.
Match Day 2015

Matched up at GW

March 23, 2015
Fourth-year medical students celebrate Match Day.
Austin and Lucy Wilson, two children from Alexandria, Va., greet Museum Director John Wetenhall at the new museum opening.

The George Washington University Museum and The Textile Museum Opens

March 23, 2015
More than 2,000 visitors attended weekend celebrations for newest arts center on campus.
Brigadier General Tammy Smith. (Photo: William Atkins)

‘Trust Your Equipment’

March 23, 2015
First openly gay senior officer in U.S. Army speaks to Women’s Leadership Program at George Washington University.
A. James Clark

In Memoriam: Trustee Emeritus A. James Clark

March 23, 2015
Clark Enterprises founder established engineering scholars program, built landmark facilities on Foggy Bottom Campus.
Richard Haass

Council on Foreign Relations President: D.C. Dysfunction Creating U.S. Foreign Policy Issues

March 23, 2015
Middle East a focal point of Elliott School discussion.
Steven Lerman

Reports on Academic Success, Faculty Compensation Highlight Faculty Senate Meeting

March 23, 2015
Faculty gets update on the George Washington Museum and The Textile Museum opening.
Dulce Naime, World Bank

A Foot in the Door in the Consulting World

March 23, 2015
GW students earn contracts for World Bank’s annual land and poverty conference.
A. James Clark

Message from George Washington President Steven Knapp

March 20, 2015
GW president informs university community of the passing of Trustee Emeritus A. James Clark.

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