GW Today Archives

Browse past GW Today articles in our archives.

Nelson Carbonell

D.C. I-Corps, Election of Emeritus Trustee Highlight Trustees Meeting

May 15, 2015
B.J. Penn honored; Doug Shaw introduced as senior associate provost for international strategy.
Professor's Gate

Board of Trustees Approves Fiscal 2016 Budget

May 15, 2015
Funding plan includes strategic investments in future of university.

Top Five Last Looks for Graduates

May 15, 2015
Check out the best of GW during Commencement weekend with these hidden-in-plain-view campus landmarks.

Class of 2015 Celebrates Record Fundraising and Participation For Senior Class Gift

May 15, 2015
More than 60 percent of graduating seniors donate $128,000 to the George Washington University.
Doug Shaw

Doug Shaw Named Senior Associate Provost for International Strategy

May 14, 2015
Elliott School associate dean will begin new position July 15.
Class of 2015

Class of 2015 Looks Back on Moments That Mattered

May 13, 2015
As they prepare for 2015 Commencement, soon-to-be GW graduates share their favorite college memories.

Ellington Students ‘Experience the Unexpected’ at Corcoran School

May 13, 2015
D.C. arts high school seniors showcase their visual art projects in Corcoran gallery spaces.

Amtrak Train Derailment Affecting Northeast Corridor Travel

May 13, 2015
GW students, families traveling to and from D.C. may experience cancellations, delays.

Six High-Achieving Seniors Named 2015 Presidential Administrative Fellows

May 13, 2015

Fellows pursue GW graduate degree of their choice while gaining professional experience in a university department.

Adm. Michael Rogers, NSA director

NSA Director: ‘Cyber Is a Great Equalizer’

May 13, 2015
Adm. Michael Rogers says U.S. government and businesses need to work together to combat cyber attacks of foreign origin.
White House Summit on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders panel

GW Hosts White House Summit on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders

May 13, 2015
Six cabinet secretaries among federal officials discussing cultural, economic, education issues.
RaShall Brackney

George Washington University Announces New Chief of Police

May 13, 2015
RaShall M. Brackney, a member of the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police command staff, begins the job in June.
(From left) Columbian College School of Arts and Sciences Dean Ben Vinson, Associate Provost for Veterans and Military Affairs M

GW VALOR Wraps Up Second Year

May 11, 2015
George Washington University veterans’ initiative gains numbers, momentum.
More Stalls for All

More Stalls for All

May 11, 2015
Gender-Inclusive Bathroom Initiative aims to give all students, staff and faculty a safe space.
Arthur Wilmarth

Faculty Senate Passes Shared Governance Resolutions

May 11, 2015
Latest recommendations to update Faculty Code will be presented to Board of Trustees committee this week.