GW Today Archives

Browse past GW Today articles in our archives.

Food for Thought

April 14, 2010

Jenna Weissman Joselit, who was recently named director of Judaic studies, outlines her vision for the program and discusses her research on food and American Jewish culture.

Stressing Safety and Security

April 14, 2010

Veteran officer James Isom will serve as interim GW police chief; search for safety and security leader underway.

Intellectual Capital

April 14, 2010

GW opens Office of Entrepreneurship to foster pioneering ideas.

A Day for Haiti

April 14, 2010

GW hosts in-depth event examining how to rebuild after the devastating earthquake.

Bridging the Digital Health Care Divide

April 14, 2010

GW secures $4.6 million grant to develop certificate programs in health IT.

Taking the Stage

April 14, 2010

GW student earns speaking role at Commencement.

A Sustainable Change

April 14, 2010

GW launches institute to study four key areas of sustainability.

Innovation Recommendations

April 14, 2010

The Innovation Task Force issues its initial recommendations and invites the GW community to weigh in at a series of upcoming meetings.

Guiding Light

April 13, 2010

Researchers identify a new way to analyze molecules.

A Prized Faculty

April 12, 2010

Recipients of Oscar and Shoshana Trachtenberg prizes announced.

Defusing the Nuclear Threat

April 12, 2010

As the president’s summit convenes, Douglas Shaw, associate dean at the Elliott School, discusses nuclear security and the administration’s efforts.

Gold-Certified Living

April 12, 2010

GW’s South Hall is the first university building in the District to earn LEED Gold certification.

Celebrating Women’s Leadership

April 12, 2010

Legendary White House journalist Helen Thomas headlines GW’s 10th annual Women’s Leadership Conference.

Award-Winning Author to Join GW

April 12, 2010

GW’s English Department gains Pulitzer Prize winner Edward P. Jones.

Offsetting Radicalism with Philosophy

April 08, 2010

Senior Hussain Nadim believes centuries-old Islamic scholarship can be used to counter ultra-conservatism.