GW Today Archives

Browse past GW Today articles in our archives.

Salt of the Earth

July 09, 2010

For a closer study of ocean salinity, a GW scientist is helping NASA peer down from space.


Colonials on Camera

July 09, 2010

Meet some of GW’s most famous alumni, who are played by Tom Hanks, Jonah Hill and Kerry Washington.

Coast Guard Colonial

July 09, 2010

The first woman in the Coast Guard to be awarded the Bronze Star, alumna Holly Harrison has been named a White House fellow.

GW Law Dean Named President of Brandeis University

July 08, 2010

Frederick M. Lawrence will begin new position Jan. 1.

Nursing School Leadership Named

July 06, 2010

Jean Johnson is the new dean of the GW School of Nursing.

Michael J. Feuer Named GSEHD Dean

July 02, 2010

The National Research Council leader and education policy expert will join GW on Sept. 1.

New Assistant Basketball Coach Named

July 01, 2010

NBA veteran and former UConn star Donyell Marshall will join the Colonials.

Football Fever

July 01, 2010

School of Business students travel to South Africa to explore the ins and outs of the 2010 World Cup.

Midterm Madness

June 30, 2010

Former presidential political advisers weigh in on this fall’s midterm elections at a GW event.

Colonial Resources

June 30, 2010

A new “one-stop shop” is assisting GW employees with human resources, parking, payroll and more.

Saving the President

June 30, 2010

Nearly 30 years ago, GW physician Joseph Giordano headed the trauma team that saved Ronald Reagan’s life.

Beating the Odds

June 29, 2010

GW alumna wins Teach for America award.

Valuing Veterans

June 29, 2010

President Steven Knapp and high-profile alumni bring focus on GW student veterans to conference on volunteering and service.

Websites Revamped

June 28, 2010

GW unveils the second phase of its unified website. The new site will provide a consistent and easy-to-navigate online user experience within the schools and colleges websites.

Creating a World-Class Science and Engineering Facility

June 28, 2010

The university has completed initial architecture and engineering work for a building to be dedicated to science and engineering learning and discovery.