Top Walmart executive speaks to SPHHS students about the retail industry’s role in public health.
The Indian performing arts group placed first at the annual Raas All Stars competition in Texas.
WiseAgg, a search engine for analytics, wins top $25,000 prize.
During day of service, the GW Veteran Service Initiative announced grants will soon be made available.
Parking spaces on track for late 2012 completion.
Pi Kappa Alpha raises $60,000 to benefit D.C. firefighters.
Volunteers will collect cell phones and other portable electronic devices at 15 Metro stations on April 25 to conclude the GW + Phones = Hope drive.
Campus center award brings number of Gold-certified campus buildings to four.
GW hosts D.C. mayor, district business leaders for discussion about becoming “export ready.”
Registration for the six-week “Chef & the Garden” course is underway.
GW’s chapter of the national organization will raise funds for a summer camp for kids with parents who have cancer.
Eric Cline is the first professor to receive Trachtenberg Prizes for both scholarship and teaching.
The Innovation Task Force invites the GW community to weigh in on phase four proposals.
D.C. Zoning Commission hearing is preparation for May 14 vote.