GW Today Archives

Browse past GW Today articles in our archives.


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.

Q & A: What Students Need to Know about the NSSE

March 01, 2018
Selected GW students are encouraged to participate in the National Survey of Student Engagement.
Rep. Bobby Scott (D-Va.), the first African-American elected from Virginia to Congress since Reconstruction

Little Progress on Racial Disparities 50 Years after Kerner Commission Report

March 01, 2018
Original commission member Fred Harris, Congressman Bobby Scott and others express disappointment, determination during daylong forum at GW.
Students at Town Hall on Race

Students Voice Concerns about Racism, Inclusion at Town Hall

March 01, 2018
University administrators reaffirmed their commitment to working together with students and other community members on steps to improve their GW experience.
Karen Pence

Second Lady Pays Visit to GW Art Therapy

February 26, 2018
Karen Pence has made the promotion and advancement of art therapy one of her signature initiatives.

Olympic Class Reflects on PyeongChang Games Experience

February 26, 2018
The GW students gathering data for the International Olympic Committee share more moments from the 2018 Winter Olympics.

Students Showcase Innovative SEAS Research

February 26, 2018
GW engineering students exhibited research on sustainable farming, asteroid mapping and more as part of the 12th annual R&D Showcase.

Student Association and University Leaders Announce the Creation of a Sustainable Investment Fund

February 26, 2018
The Sustainable Investment Fund is a Student Association-driven initiative focused on responsible investment and student engagement.
Paul Marvar

SMHS Researcher Awarded $1.5 Million to Study PTSD and Cardiovascular Disease

February 26, 2018
Paul Marvar, SMHS assistant professor of pharmacology and physiology, will explore a possible link between PTSD and risk for cardiovascular disease.

The George Washington Lecture Focuses on Native Americans

February 25, 2018
Dartmouth historian Colin Calloway discusses Washington’s relationship with indigenous people as GW celebrates his 286th birthday.

Mark Diaz Named Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer

February 22, 2018
Former University of Miami budget and planning leader to join GW on Aug. 1.

Town Hall on Race to Be Held Feb. 27

February 22, 2018
Event is one of several steps President Thomas LeBlanc said the university would take after an offensive social media post.
Puerto Rico

SPH Research Project to Study Hurricane Mortality in Puerto Rico

February 22, 2018
A research team will analyze existing records to estimate the excess mortality from the time Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico on Sept. 20 through February.