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Senator Rand Paul

Rand Paul draws packed crowd at GW

November 23, 2015
GOP presidential candidate focuses on his libertarian views during stop at Foggy Bottom Campus.

Albert H. Small Honored with Lifetime Humanities Achievement Award

November 20, 2015
National Endowment for the Humanities fetes 50 years of striving for a “great society.”
Ciarán Devane

British Council Chief Executive: It’s about Anticipation, Not Response

November 20, 2015
Elliott School alumnus Sir Ciarán Devane hosts timely discussion on using smart power in times of global crisis.
President Knapp Attends White House Climate Roundtable

President Knapp Attends White House Climate Roundtable

November 19, 2015
The George Washington University is one of 230 to sign climate pledge.
For the Interfaith Dinner's benediction, graduate student Rana Shieh combined Gregorian chant with Persian classical music.

Voices of Struggle, Hope Highlight Interfaith Dinner

November 19, 2015
Traditional gathering, on theme of “refuge,” took place a week after attacks in Paris left 129 dead.
Ash Carter

Secretary of Defense Ash Carter Outlines Plans to Attract, Retain Top Talent

November 19, 2015
Military should “borrow best practices” from private sector in recruitment efforts.
Professor's Gate

Human Resources to Host Classification Project Briefings

November 18, 2015
Events on Foggy Bottom, VSTC campuses will provide information on new job classification structure.
Grad2Grad logo

Grad2Grad Offers Tuition Reduction for GW Graduates

November 18, 2015
Some academic programs also have waived requirement for standardized tests such as the GMAT and GRE.

GW Expert: S&P Global Financial Literacy Survey Results ‘Alarming’

November 18, 2015
School of Business professor and survey adviser Annamaria Lusardi offers insight on results of new study.
Activist, writer and commentator Raquel Saraswati is one of the subjects of "Honor Diaries." (Photo courtesy Honor Diaries)

‘It’s Easy to Think There’s a Difference in the Way We Bleed’

November 18, 2015
Censored Women’s Film Festival will bring guests including ‘Honor Diaries’ producer to GW this week.

Researchers Awarded More than $23.7 Million in Research Grants

November 18, 2015
Money from federal agencies announced in fall 2015 will fund a variety of projects and programs at the George Washington University.

GSPM Director Mark Kennedy: Big Data Can Win or Lose an Election

November 18, 2015
GWtalks series event in Mexico City focuses on politics.
Professor Aida Gomez-Robles

Human Brains Evolved to Be More Responsive to Environment

November 17, 2015
Research examines genetic influence on size and organization of human and chimpanzee brains.

A Banner Fall Semester Continues for GW Sports

November 17, 2015
Win over Virginia the latest in a string of victories, accolades.
Professors Gate

GW Office of Safety and Security Updates Community after Release of Unverified Terrorist Video

November 16, 2015
Law enforcement says no credible threats to Washington, D.C., or George Washington University.