Campus Advisories

GW classes canceled; administrative and academic offices closed on March 21

04:27am, Wednesday, March 21, 2018

GW classes are canceled, administrative and academic offices are closed, and activities and events will not take place on Wednesday, March 21 at all of our Washington metropolitan area campuses and locations because of inclement weather.

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GW Today Archives

Browse past GW Today articles in our archives.


The Importance of the National Museum of African American History and Culture’s Location

October 10, 2016
Professor of Geography Lisa Benton-Short says the museum’s place on the National Mall “reflects the diversity of our nation.”
GW Steps Challenge

Step up for Prizes in GW Steps Challenge

October 10, 2016
Two-week fitness challenge offers Apple Watch, lunch and bragging rights to individuals and teams in GW community who log the most steps.

GW Researcher Awarded $2.6 Million to Study Cervical Cancer Prevention in Peru

October 10, 2016
Patti Gravitt to examine barriers to screening and treatment in the Amazonian region.
Reem Al Shabeeb

GW Undergraduate Researcher Finds Balance with Laboratory Work and Karate

October 10, 2016
The Iraqi senior contributes to research that aims to cure conditions like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases and uncover the mysteries of infertility.
professors gate

D.C. I-Corps Awarded Five Years of Funding

October 10, 2016
The Washington, D.C., innovation and entrepreneurship hub includes GW and three other universities.
Robert Perry and Albert H. Small

Albert H. Small Symposium Focuses on Foggy Bottom History

October 07, 2016
GW students showcase how they use the Albert H. Small Washingtoniana Collection in their research.

Reminder: Open Enrollment Closes Oct. 21

October 07, 2016
Benefits fairs will take place Oct. 13 and 18 on Foggy Bottom Campus, Oct. 11 on Virginia Science and Technology Campus.
2016 Interfaith Dinner

An Oasis of Peace in a Harsh Political Season

October 07, 2016
The Interfaith Dinner is a search for community through guidance from prophetic voices.
tech panel participants

Election Participation Is End Game for Some Tech Companies

October 06, 2016
Representatives from Google, Facebook, Twitter, Uber, Democracy Works and others explain their goals for the upcoming presidential general election.
NEA fellows

Lisner Hosts 50th Anniversary of National Endowment for the Arts Heritage Fellowships Concert

October 03, 2016
Performances and works by the 2016 fellowship winners put the diverse cultures of the United States on display.
National Cyber Security Month is this October.

Learn to Protect Your Information during Cyber Security Month

October 03, 2016
Division of Information Technology will host events throughout October.
beales gift

$3.2 Million Bequest Will Fund Professorship of Accountability in Journalism

October 03, 2016
Char Beales, B.A. ’73, and GWSB Professor Howard Beales pledge largest-ever gift to School of Media and Public Affairs.