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GW to Study Impact of Foreign Language and Culture on Children

May 07, 2012

The research, in partnership with the U.S. Department of Defense, will focus on children of military families.

POLITICO-GW Battleground Poll: Romney Even with Obama

May 07, 2012

Latest results of national survey also indicate close numbers on jobs, economy.

University Honors Keeper of George Washington’s Estate

May 07, 2012

Jim Rees, retiring president of historic Mount Vernon, awarded President’s Medal for “innovative, tenacious” leadership.

Strategic Plan Working Groups Pitch Bold Vision for GW

May 07, 2012

GW community members are invited to attend a town hall meeting on the plan tomorrow.

A Revolutionizing Field

May 07, 2012

Professor Abdou Youssef discusses the future of computer science.

A Sense of Place

May 03, 2012

Third biennial Arts in Foggy Bottom sculpture show features new works created specifically for the neighborhood.

Mary Ellsberg to Lead GW’s Global Women’s Institute

May 03, 2012

Institute to enhance the lives of women and girls through teaching, research and service.

GW Senior Eyes Spot in 2012 Olympics

May 03, 2012

Marshall Seedorff’s time in the 50-meter freestyle qualified him for this summer’s 2012 U.S. Olympic Time Trials.

GW to House Center on Education Policy

May 03, 2012

Maria Voles Ferguson, an expert on education policy, research and practice, will serve as executive director.

A Class Act

May 03, 2012

Professor of Theatre Alan Wade brings the Bard to life for students.

GW Students Win Awards for Service-Learning Projects

May 03, 2012

Proposals on waste diversion and financial literacy earn Knapp Fellowship for Entrepreneurial Service-Learning awards.

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