GW Today Archives

Browse past GW Today articles in our archives.

Peace corps

GW Is First in Producing Peace Corps Volunteers

February 22, 2016
GW has placed among top five medium-sized schools for 10 consecutive years.
Sacagawea dollar

Sacagawea Guided Explorers, Now She Guides History

February 22, 2016
Mysteries surrounding iconic translator for Lewis and Clark can help scholars understand the history of the American West.
Joe McDonald

Men’s Basketball Routs La Salle on Homecoming

February 22, 2016
GW’s 90-50 win, its 20th of the season, highlights a busy weekend on campus.
Matt Rhoades, Mark Kennedy

America Rising Founder: Social Media Fuels Populism

February 19, 2016
Former Mitt Romney campaign manager and GSPM alumnus discusses media tools.
Another Weapon Against ISIS: Twitter Suspensions

Another Weapon Against ISIS: Twitter Suspensions

February 18, 2016
Researchers find that social media account suspensions reduce reach of extremist rhetoric.
George Washington President Steven Knapp speaks at the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments board meeting last Wednesd

Shaping the Future of Washington, D.C.

February 17, 2016
President Knapp says higher learning institutions and local governments can cooperate to strengthen regional economy.
SEH

George Washington University Science and Engineering Hall Reopens

February 17, 2016
Meetings with SEH researchers and faculty concerning damage and repairs continue following sprinkler line break.
Antonin Scalia, foreground, with Bradford Clark at a symposium at GW Law in 2011. (Photo courtesy GW Law)

Remembering Antonin Scalia

February 17, 2016
GW Law professor shares memories of “engaging and friendly” justice who made frequent visits to university.
Aileen Chang

Experts Discuss the Zika Virus

February 17, 2016
Faculty members from the School of Medicine and Health Sciences explained what they know about the virus at a town hall.
Maltzman

Interim Provost: Getting SEH Back Online ‘Our Top Priority’

February 17, 2016
Forrest Maltzman addresses water damage; athletics, development, School of Business also discussed at Faculty Senate meeting.
climate change event

Finding Common Ground: Climate Change

February 17, 2016
Trachtenberg and SMPA event aims to discuss problems and solutions to issue.
Kathleen Bartoloni-Tuazon

Alumna’s Book Charts Path to ‘Mr. President’

February 17, 2016
‘For Fear of an Elective King,’ the topic of this year’s George Washington Lecture, examines presidential title controversy of 1789.
bonfire and George

GW Celebrates Homecoming

February 17, 2016
Basketball, gymnastics, Athletic Hall of Fame inductions highlight busy weekend.
Ghanya Naji Mohammed Al-Naqeb speaks at the Marvin Center, joined by (from left) Etheldreda Nakimuli-Mpungu

Five Women Making the World a Healthier Place

February 16, 2016
Winners of early career award for women in science discuss challenges, rewards of career path.
SEH

Science and Engineering Hall Remains Closed Through Monday

February 12, 2016
Water damage assessment and repairs continue following sprinkler line break.

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