GW Today Archives

Browse past GW Today articles in our archives.

The Beginning of the End of AIDS

November 30, 2011

President Obama, Bono, Alicia Keys and bipartisan political leaders observe World AIDS Day at GW event.

A Center for the Epidemic

November 30, 2011

GW researchers are working to lower the District’s rate of HIV/AIDS.

LGBT at the White House

November 30, 2011

Obama administration officials with GW ties talk about roles.

NBC’s Chuck Todd Latest Guest at SMPA Speaker Series

November 29, 2011

The chief White House correspondent for NBC offered his take on the 2012 election race at GW’s Jack Morton Auditorium Nov. 28.

Innovation Funds at Work

November 27, 2011

ITF funding has enabled Columbian College to double the number of its undergraduate advisers.

Prescriptions for Sanctuary

November 27, 2011

For refugees, medical evaluations by GW clinicians can be the tipping point between life and death.

University to Hold CGI U Information Sessions

November 22, 2011

Learn how to be a part of the 2012 Clinton Global Initiative University by attending an upcoming information session.

GWSB’s Robert Laycock to Retire

November 21, 2011

Longtime School of Business accounting professor will step down in December after a 50-year affiliation with the university.

An Educator’s Impact

November 21, 2011

GW alumna Shira Fishman is D.C. Public Schools’ Teacher of the Year.

The University Honors Program Provides Students With Community

November 20, 2011

Selective academic program offers unique classes and close contact with professors.

Law Professor to Serve on International Law Commission

November 20, 2011

Sean Murphy elected to five-year post by the United Nations General Assembly.

Martha Finnemore Named University Professor

November 20, 2011

Dr. Finnemore is only the second woman to receive the appointment at George Washington.

Piece of Cake

November 20, 2011

GW MBA student starts cheesecake business out of his D.C. apartment.

An Incubator for Ideas

November 17, 2011

GW student entrepreneurs may apply for spots in entrepreneurship incubator.

Media’s Use of Twitter Is Limited, Says GW-Pew Research Study

November 16, 2011

School of Media and Public Affairs and Pew Research Center examine how media employ Twitter in new report.