GW Today Archives

Browse past GW Today articles in our archives.

Training Tomorrow’s Teachers

May 08, 2010


GW’s nationally ranked teacher preparation programs take center stage at GSEHD event.

Weighing in on Obesity

May 08, 2010

GW-based alliance develops strategies to combat America’s obesity epidemic.

Middle East Policy Forum Hosts Jerusalem’s Mayor

May 08, 2010

Nir Barkat lays out his “wider vision” for “one of the most beloved cities in the world.”

In Memoriam: Professor George Stephens

May 08, 2010

Professor of Geography and Geosciences George Stephens is remembered as a dedicated and caring teacher.

Refreshing Foggy Bottom

May 08, 2010

Local farmers sell wide range of produce at GW-area market.

Paying It Back with Community Service

May 08, 2010

A fellowship for students at GW’s Alexandria Graduate Education Center links scholarship dollars to service.

Testing Texts

May 08, 2010

Can health-related text messages be a boon to expectant mothers and babies?

Kudos

May 08, 2010

Recognition of the awards, honors, and recent publications of the GW faculty and staff.

Probing the Notorious Scottsboro Trial

May 08, 2010

James Miller explores the aftermath of the infamous 1931 case.

An Encyclopedic Knowledge

May 08, 2010

A 3,000-page reference book devoted to journalism is Professor Sterling’s latest publication.

Five GW Faculty Receive 2009 Bender Teaching Awards

May 08, 2010

In the first of a series on the award winners, GW Today focuses on Assistant Professor of Management Tjai Nielsen, who is lauded for his mentorship and passion for teaching.

Student Testimonial on GW's Dead Poets Society

May 08, 2010

Keri Kae Almstead writes about her courses with David Grier.

Keeping New York and New Jersey Safe

May 08, 2010

New Jersey State Senator Bill Baroni, B.A. ’94, is the new deputy executive director of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.

Gene Cohen

In Memoriam: Gene Cohen

May 08, 2010

Founder of the National Institute of Mental Health’s Center on Aging was an expert on Alzheimer’s disease.

Early Morning Tweets and Treats

May 08, 2010

Midnight Breakfast draws a big crowd on campus -- and Twitter.

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