GW Today Archives

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GW Announces Changes to Health Benefits

August 08, 2016
Changes will take effect in 2017; open enrollment begins Oct. 3.
Program on Extremism

U.S. Has Charged 100 People with ISIS-Related Crimes Since March 2014

August 04, 2016
Metro Transit police officer is the most recent person facing ISIS-related offenses, according to GW’s Program on Extremism.
A cluster of CD8 ‘Killer’ T-cells

New Research Targets Immune System Vulnerabilities

August 04, 2016
A discovery by Department of Physics Professor Weiqun Peng may strengthen the immune system’s ability to fight the most virulent toxic invaders.

GW Men’s Basketball Announces Tour of Japan

August 04, 2016
Colonials will play four games and study the globalization of sports while touring the country.

Key Highlights from Historic Democratic National Convention

August 01, 2016
Hillary Clinton is the first female Democratic Presidential Nominee—GSPM’s Gary Nordlinger discusses takeaways and what’s next.
Students in University Yard

Student Support a Priority for Making History Campaign in Final Year of Knapp Presidency

August 01, 2016
Campaign surpasses $870 million with more than 60,000 donors contributing.

Corcoran School Renovations Progressing

August 01, 2016
New painting and drawing studio, classrooms to be ready for fall semester.

In-Person Job Interviews Better Received Than Video and Phone Options

August 01, 2016
GW researchers found that employers and job candidates favored in-person interviews over phone calls or Skype.