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Nelson Carbonell

Board of Trustees Chair Presents Governance Review at Faculty Senate Meeting

September 12, 2015
Senate passes resolution to Faculty Organization Plan.
Emerita Professor Makes Major Donation to Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service

Emerita Professor Makes Major Donation to Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service

September 12, 2015
Honey Nashman’s gift will provide opportunities for service expansion at GW.
Monterey

The Milk Carton Kids Take on Lisner Auditorium

September 10, 2015
Folk duo talks about the live sound they tried to capture on their new album, “Monterey.”
Cory Booker

Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.): Ambition Is ‘Plenty Ladylike’

September 10, 2015
The outspoken senator joins Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) at GW to discuss her new memoir and career advice for aspiring female politicians.
Panelists Michael McPherson, Noah Lewin-Epstein and Michael Feuer. (Photo: Rob Stewart)

Israel, United States Face Growing Educational Gaps between Rich And Poor

September 10, 2015
Conference at the George Washington University’s Graduate School of Education and Human Development looks at preliminary findings on problems of inequality.
Steven Knapp

President Knapp Discusses Trends, Challenges in Higher Education

September 09, 2015
Economic Club of Washington event features GW, Georgetown, George Mason presidents.
Fulbright Hall Reoccupied Following Tuesday Morning Roof Fire

Fulbright Hall Reoccupied Following Tuesday Morning Roof Fire

September 09, 2015
No injuries reported, investigation of the cause of the fire is in progress.
Career Fair

Fall Career and Internship Fair Offers Head Start to Professional Success

September 09, 2015
Sept. 16 fair and career services help students reap the benefits of coaching, employer connections and alumni contributions.
Professor's Gate

Human Resources Releases Results of 2015 Benefits Study

September 09, 2015
Benchmarking study shows GW in the middle among peer universities regarding health, retirement and tuition benefits.
Lerner Hall

Combating Violent Crime: What Could Increased D.C. Police Powers Mean?

September 09, 2015
George Washington University Law School professor says it depends on how the D.C. mayor’s plan is implemented.
2016 GW New Venture Competition

GW New Venture Competition to Kick Off Thursday

September 09, 2015
Contest, formerly the GW Business Plan Competition, teaches students from across the disciplines how to pitch and structure successful startups.
Needles

Needle Exchange Programs Reduce HIV Infections in the District

September 08, 2015
GW Professor Monica Ruiz assesses the impact of a policy change.
Abroad

University to Host Study Abroad Fair

September 08, 2015
Welcome Week event for international study options scheduled for Sept. 9.

Statement from Dean of Students Peter Konwerski

September 04, 2015
Update on missing student Nicholas Upton.
Helen M. Lapsley

Does Regulation Help or Harm Global Health?

September 04, 2015
Health economist Helen M. Lapsley weighs the benefits and costs at the annual Richard and Janet Southby Distinguished Lectureship.

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