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Commemorate the Legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.

January 20, 2016
George Washington University celebrates Dr. King, Jan. 15-31

GW Launches Global Bachelor’s Program

January 20, 2016
Undergraduate program will begin this fall with first cohort to China in spring 2017.

Study Finds Racial Bias in Promotion among NFL Coaches

January 20, 2016
White assistants 114 percent more likely to rise to key coordinator jobs as their black counterparts.
Steven Knapp

Faculty Senate Votes in Favor of Participation Exemption for SMHS

January 20, 2016
Temporary exemption also extended to School of Nursing; final vote goes to Faculty Assembly.
A volunteer helps paint walls at Douglas Memorial Church in Northeast Washington, D.C. (Photo: Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

George Washington University Honors King’s Legacy

January 19, 2016
Hundreds of volunteers join U.S. attorney general in a “day on” for 22nd Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service.

Three Takeaways from CES 2016

January 13, 2016
George Washington University tech industry experts weigh in.

Report Shows Millennials Have High Debt and Little Savings

January 13, 2016
GW financial literacy expert Annamaria Lusardi comments on the findings.
Maggie Wedeman

GW Senior Selected for Inaugural Schwarzman Scholars Fellowship

January 13, 2016
Marguerite Wedeman bests more than 3,000 applicants for prestigious program in China.
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Will President Obama's Gun Control Measures Work?

January 13, 2016
Law school professor says problem is too complicated for single executive order.
Shenkman, Freund, Cisneros

Six Alumni Will Receive Outstanding Service Awards

January 13, 2016
GW to recognize graduates at April event.
District House

H Street Sidewalk and Lanes Closed for District House Project

January 11, 2016
Closures begin at the start of the spring 2016 semester.
Max Obuz (left) and Evan Young.

Students' Business Plan Aims to Change Lives in India

January 11, 2016
Senior Maz Obuz and Elliott School graduate Evan Young turn their business plan model into a nonprofit aimed at solving sanitation problems in developing countries.
Anthony S. Fauci

SMHS Students Tackle the HIV/AIDS Epidemic

January 11, 2016
Student groups focus on creative applications of HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment and care.
Update from President Knapp on Sexual Assault

Update from President Knapp on Sexual Assault

January 11, 2016
University will rescind Bill Cosby’s honorary degree given the ongoing controversy’s effect on survivors.
Barack Obama

What to Watch: The State of the Union

January 11, 2016
Things to look and listen for during President Obama’s Tuesday night speech.