GW Today Archives

Browse past GW Today articles in our archives.

Regulating the Environment

April 22, 2010

EPA Administrator Lisa P. Jackson and a panel of environmental experts discuss climate change legislation at Planet Forward’s second GW event.

Celebrating Earth Day

April 22, 2010

GW announces several new initiatives to research and promote sustainability.

Advancing Academic Innovation

April 22, 2010

Innovation Task Force’s Learning/Teaching Committee highlights eight proposals to enhance academics at GW.

An Extraordinary Educator

April 22, 2010

GW, D.C. community pay tribute to longtime dean of the Graduate School of Education and Human Development.

Columbian College Revises Curriculum

April 22, 2010

Faculty approves new general education curriculum designed to emphasize analytical skills, diverse perspectives.

Mastering the Mind

April 20, 2010

GW psychology doctoral students get practical training at nonprofit mental health clinic.

Empowering Women Athletes

April 20, 2010

Obama administration officials announce changes to federal athletics law at GW.

A Strategy for Space

April 19, 2010

GW space policy faculty members John Logsdon and Scott Pace analyze the White House’s vision for human spaceflight.

Honoring a Baseball Legend

April 19, 2010

GW’s Jackie Robinson Society commemorates the 63rd anniversary of Jackie Robinson’s entry into Major League Baseball.

ITF Business Group Presents Top Ideas

April 19, 2010


The Innovation Task Force Business Processes Committee offers a close-up look at its short list of seven top ideas.

A Look at Student Loan Reform

April 18, 2010

GW’s Executive Director of Student Financial Assistance Dan Small breaks down changes to student loans under the new law.

Paraguayan Soccer Star Kicks Off GW Education

April 18, 2010

Freshman Sofia Caceres, who made Paraguay's World Cup team, hopes to someday apply the lessons she learns at GW to her home country.

GW Hosts Bhangra Blowout

April 14, 2010

North America’s biggest South Asian dance competition, hosted by the GW South Asian Society, comes to DAR Constitution Hall April 17.

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.

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