GW Today Archives

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Search and Rescue

May 08, 2010

GW physicians and student help find 16 people buried under rubble in Haiti.

University Writing Class Remembers Holocaust Victims

May 08, 2010

Students in Professor Cayo Gamber’s class are researching the lives of the thousands who lived in the Lodz Ghetto.

New One-Stop Shop for Departmental Needs

May 08, 2010

iBuy centralizes catalog of University suppliers in one application.

Predicting the Future

May 08, 2010

Two-day conference at GW sponsored by The Economist examines what’s ahead for the United States and the world.

Extreme Decisions

May 08, 2010

GW Assistant Professor of Organizational Sciences Nils Olsen researches how people deal with complex choices.

A New Republican Party

May 08, 2010

Meghan McCain outlines bold (and younger) vision for conservatives.

Learning Lessons in China

May 08, 2010

GWSB student lands internship at Hong Kong hotel.

Alumna’s Museum Boasts Renowned Russian Collection

May 08, 2010

Hillwood Estate features an expansive arts collection and diverse gardens.

Canine Profiling

May 08, 2010

Law professor finds some dogs treated more equal than others.

Transitioning to Success

May 08, 2010

D.C. special education students explore post-secondary options, gain work experience through partnership with GW.

Understanding Health Care Reform

May 08, 2010

GW Professor of Health Policy Leighton Ku explains impact of the new legislation on the country and GW community.

Ready to Roll

May 08, 2010

GW women show off their speed and skating skills, let off steam in D.C. Rollergirls.

Capitalism’s Champion

May 08, 2010

Fox host John Stossel denounces government intervention in free market in address to GW students.

Out of the Archives

May 08, 2010


Feb. 22 marks the 150th anniversary of the George Washington statue in Washington Circle.

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How an Outstanding Teacher Works

May 08, 2010

Jason Zara, winner of SEAS' 2009 Outstanding Teaching Award for assistant professors, guides students in GW’s biomedical engineering program.

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