GW Today Archives

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‘Knowledge in Action’ Fund Helps Students Pursue Unpaid Internships

March 07, 2018
The Knowledge in Action Career Internship Fund announced a donation of up to $100,000 in challenge funds from two GW trustees.

A Religious Philosopher and a Journalist Offer Insights on Civility

March 07, 2018
The GW Mayberg Center for Jewish Education and Leadership hosts conversation on the limits of civil discourse.

TSA Administrator: The U.S. Faces ‘Ambitious Adversaries’

March 07, 2018
David Pekoske spoke about the challenges facing the Transportation Security Administration and his priorities for 2018.
GW Today

Commercialization Brings Research with ‘Broad Benefits’ to Market

March 07, 2018
A drug developed by a GW professor and licensed by La Jolla Pharmaceutical Company was recently approved by the FDA.
Forrest Maltzman

Provost Presents Indicators of Academic Excellence at Faculty Senate

March 07, 2018
Six-year graduation rate, student performance highlighted.

Latino Parents Report Psychological Distress Due to U.S. Immigration Policies

March 06, 2018
Milken Institute School of Public Health researchers surveyed more than 200 Latino parents of adolescent children.

GW Researchers to Develop Data Tools for Studying Glycoscience

March 06, 2018
The SMHS team will partner with researchers at the University of Georgia to create computational tools that reveal patterns and trends in complex carbohydrates.
Marcia McNutt

National Academy of Sciences President Marcia McNutt Will Deliver GW Commencement Address

March 05, 2018
Three-time Olympic medalist and GW alumna Elana Meyers Taylor will be awarded an honorary degree.

App Aims to Bridge Word Gap Among Hispanic Children

March 05, 2018
A School of Nursing assistant professor developed a free smartphone app to improve language nutrition in children under three.
Women's Leadership Conference

Inclusion Could Close Gaps in Divided Societies

March 05, 2018
GW Women’s Leadership Conference tackles challenges of living in a global community and examines how inclusion could spur meaningful change.
Women's Basketball

Colonials Earn Trip to NCAA Tournament

March 04, 2018
Women’s basketball team victory in Atlantic 10 Tournament championship over St. Joseph’s secures trip to the NCAA for third time in four seasons.

Colonials Advance to A-10 Championship

March 03, 2018
Women's basketball team meets St. Joseph's at noon Sunday on ESPNU.

Opportunities for D.C. Growth Are ‘Greater Than Ever’

March 02, 2018
Former Mayor Anthony A. Williams and local development experts spoke about Washington, D.C.’s rise over the past decade.
Vice President for Research Leo Chalupa

Leo Chalupa to Step Down as Vice President for Research

March 01, 2018
After nine years at the helm of GW’s research efforts, Dr. Chalupa will return to School of Medicine and Health Sciences faculty position.

Food Tank Summit Focuses on the Future of Farming

March 01, 2018
The conference aimed to tackle issues affecting the younger generation’s interest in agriculture as a viable career.