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Hall on Virginia Avenue

University Seeks Broker for Possible Sale of HOVA

November 09, 2015
GW issues a request for proposals for brokers interested in representing the university in possible sale.
Bruce P. Baganz

Museum Leader Honored

November 09, 2015
Bruce P. Baganz, president of the Board of Trustees of The Textile Museum, receives the George Hewitt Myers Award.
GW Admissions Office Lends a Hand During College Application Week

GW Admissions Office Lends a Hand During College Application Week

November 09, 2015
Staff members help students at D.C.’s Dunbar High School prepare personal statements.
GW’s Kidney Center Provides Health Solutions in Washington

GW’s Kidney Center Provides Health Solutions in Washington

November 09, 2015
$2.5 million gift from the Ron & Joy Paul Family Foundation addresses kidney disease and organ donation process.
Matt Lampert smiling

Marine Captain Teaches Others to Lead

November 09, 2015

GW graduate student Matt Lampert redeployed to Afghanistan after war injury led to double amputation.

Global Cities

President Knapp and Local Leaders Strategize Washington’s Future in the Global Economy

November 09, 2015
Panelists convene for Global Cities Initiative forum hosted by Brookings Institution and JPMorgan Chase.
Tim McCaffrey won the GW Innovation Competition in life sciences for his RNA biomarkers that identify the presence of an infecti

Innovation Competition Draws Inventors

November 09, 2015
Annual contest offers $25,000 in prizes and networking with entrepreneurs.
Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.) attended the Virginia Unmanned Systems Commission meeting at the George Washington University.

Bringing the Future of Unmanned Systems to Virginia

November 09, 2015
Governor’s commission and Senator Mark Warner meet at George Washington University.
Men's Soccer Wins A-10 Regular Season Title

Men's Soccer Wins A-10 Regular Season Title

November 08, 2015
Team earns top seed in conference tournament, plays VCU on Thursday at George Mason Stadium in Fairfax.
Stress

How to Combat Post-Midterm Stress

November 04, 2015
Seek out campus resources such as the GW Tutoring Initiative and Mental Health Services.
Syria

What Does the U.S. Deployment of Special Forces to Syria Mean?

November 04, 2015
Professor Stephen Biddle discusses the growing conflict in Syria and the president’s military options.
ESIA

Elliott School Receives $2.5 Million in Carnegie Grants

November 04, 2015
The awards went to professors Charlie Glaser, Henry Hale, Marc Lynch and Janne Nolan.
President Steven Knapp at Bary Area reception.

Bay Area GW Alumni and Donors Gather in San Francisco

November 04, 2015
President Steven Knapp joined alumni, parents and donors at a special reception in the city’s vibrant Mid-Market district.
meat2

GW Researcher Says Report Linking Processed Meat to Cancer Risk is ‘Very Legitimate’

November 04, 2015
World Health Organization warns that processed meats such as hot dogs, bacon and ham could increase risk for colon cancer.
Dukakis

For Semester in Washington Students, a Taste of Retail Politics

November 04, 2015
Trip to New Hampshire part of partnership between GW, Bipartisan Policy Center, Saint Anselm College.

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