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Gary Sheffer

Public Relations Students Explore New York

April 13, 2016
GSPM class meets with Hill and Knowlton, former GE communications chief.
Undocumented Travelers

Video: ‘Undocumented Travelers’ Blossoms at GW Museum and Textile Museum

April 12, 2016
Wall-sized installation reflects personal experiences with the U.S.-Mexico border.
Sara Pool

Power & Promise Honors Gifts and the Gifted

April 11, 2016
Donors and students meet, share stories at annual celebration of philanthropy.
Forrest Maltzman

Presentations on Reducing Bureaucracy Highlight Faculty Senate Meeting

April 11, 2016
Senate passes resolutions regarding Faculty Code, university benefits.
Raymond J. Oglethorpe, with Learning Alliance co-founder Barbara Hammond. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

How to Shoot for the Moon on Childhood Literacy

April 11, 2016
Former AOL CEO and GW board member sponsors bold program to get 90 percent of third graders reading at grade level.
Colonial Bash

GW Class of 2020 Students and Parents Visit Campus

April 11, 2016
Check out photos from the first “Inside GW” days.
(From left) Jay Carney, Hadas Gold and Allen West at Sunday's #OnlyAtGW debate. (William Atkins/GW Today)

Jay Carney and Allen West Find Common Ground

April 11, 2016
Former White House press secretary and former Republican congressman discuss media, immigration, Trump at #OnlyAtGW Debate.
NEXT exhibition 2016

NEXT Showcases Corcoran Students’ Imagination

April 11, 2016
From Brazil to Sweden to Foggy Bottom, NEXT exhibits wide, yet connected range of student works.
flag day

GW Set for Flag Day

April 11, 2016
Events thanking university supporters will be held on Foggy Bottom Campus Tuesday.
alumni outstanding service awards

GW Alumni Association Recognizes Six with Service Award

April 11, 2016
Trustees Jay Katzen, Mark Shenkman among those honored at annual event.
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University Prepares to Welcome Class of 2020 to ‘Inside GW’ Days

April 06, 2016
GW expects 4,000 admitted students and their parents will visit campus this month.
Moderator Eugene Puryear talks housing justice and the future of cities with activist Bill Fletcher, Jr. (Logan Werlinger/GW Tod

Who Has ‘A Right to the City?’

April 06, 2016
Third annual Equitable Development Conference raises tough questions about the future of urban development.
DC Council and Coach Lonergan

D.C. Council Honors GW NIT Championship

April 06, 2016
Resolution recognizes men’s basketball team's first postseason championship.
GW Invitational

GW Rowing Teams Host Annual Regatta

April 06, 2016
George Washington Invitational college rowing competition runs April 8-9.
Dr. Chung-Hyuk Park is using robots to help children with autism communicate

Can a Robot Help Kids with Autism Navigate Social Situations?

April 06, 2016
SEAS professor hopes to use robotic systems to engage children with autism socially and emotionally.

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