GW Today Archives

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Mariam Adil (far right) onstage at conference with President Bill Clinton and other commitment makers. (Photo courtesy CGI U)

At Clinton Global Initiative University, A Laboratory for the Big Ideas

March 16, 2015
GW student social entrepreneurs bring commitments to local and global development to annual conference.
Be Rebellious 15

TEDxFoggyBottom Urges You to ‘Be Rebellious’

March 16, 2015

Marriage equality crusaders Ted and Lady Booth Olson featured at April 3 event.

Museum staff members install the 14-foot rug to the gallery walls.

Museum Countdown: Staff Puts Finishing Touches on Exhibitions

March 16, 2015
The George Washington University Museum and The Textile Museum prepares to open March 21.
Business Plan

What Could a Startup Do with $35,000 in 365 Days?

March 16, 2015
2014 GW Business Plan Competition winner looks back on a year of growth.

The World’s Greatest Geopolitical Challenges

March 16, 2015
Elliott School professors weigh in on most pressing issues across the globe.

Dance Professor Maida Withers: 40 Years ‘Out of the Box’

March 16, 2015
Choreographer celebrates company’s anniversary with new show, “MindFluctuations,” at Lisner on March 19.
Bernard Wood

#GWSEH Researcher Spotlight: Piecing Together the History of Humankind

March 13, 2015
University Professor Bernard Wood shakes up conventional wisdom about our earliest ancestors.

For Student Emergency Services, Excellence in Action

March 11, 2015
National Collegiate Emergency Medical Services Foundation recognizes GW EMeRG with “Striving for Excellence” award.
Ben Bernanke speaks at podium

New Online Course Offerings for GW

March 11, 2015

Two massive open online courses will focus on the Federal Reserve and ties between business and politics.


Museum Countdown: Albert H. Small Washingtoniana Collection Moves into New Home

March 11, 2015
Students help curator unpack artifacts on D.C. history inside the new museum’s Woodhull House.

New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker: 1994 Crime Bill Was ‘Stunning Mistake’

March 11, 2015
Sen. Booker says with millions incarcerated a “large leap” is necessary to reform the criminal justice system.
Ferguson DOJ investigation, Department of Justice seal

Justice Department Finds Pattern of Racial Bias in Ferguson, Mo.

March 09, 2015

GW Law Senior Associate Dean Christopher A. Bracey answers questions about the findings.

Participants in “Unpacking Education and the Civic Good: The Potential and Role of Education in an Era of Global Markets and Pow

Should K-12 Students Be Treated as Commodities?

March 09, 2015
At UNESCO symposium, education experts discuss what happens when public good meets private gain.
A-10 Coach of the Year Jonathan Tsipis led the Colonials to the Atlantic 10 regular-season and tournament titles.

Colonials Win Women's Atlantic 10 Championship

March 09, 2015
Victory earns team fifth A-10 basketball title, secures bid to the NCAA tournament.

Obama Plan Would Shorten FAFSA Form

March 09, 2015
The 2015-16 Free Application for Federal Student Aid deadline for current GW students is April 30.