GW Today Archives

Browse past GW Today articles in our archives.

Giving Thanks to Veterans

November 22, 2010

GW serves Thanksgiving luncheon for local veterans.

A New Era on H Street

November 22, 2010

Gregory E. Maggs appointed interim dean of GW Law School as nationwide search for next dean gains momentum.

Awarding Excellence in Teaching

November 18, 2010

GW professor wins CASE Professor of the Year for the District of Columbia.

Science and Engineering Complex Takes Next Steps

November 18, 2010

University files for D.C. zoning approval, faculty continues academic space review.

Snapshots on Goal

November 17, 2010

Two alumni and former student collaborate on Brady Art Gallery exhibit about South Africa during the 2010 World Cup.

Growing Government Partnerships

November 17, 2010

D.C. Mayor-Elect Vincent Gray addresses GW alumni reception.

Political Frenemies

November 17, 2010

Kalb Report addresses scoops, scandals and the relationship between the press and presidents.

Pancakes with the Provost

November 15, 2010

Steven Lerman and his wife, Lori, host pancake breakfasts on Mount Vernon Campus.

Planning for the Future of Medicine at GW

November 15, 2010

Comprehensive review is examining the structure, vision and strategy.

Preparing the Next Generation of Journalists

November 15, 2010

Veteran journalists with the White House Correspondents’ Association are the newest mentors for GW’s Prime Movers Media Program.

International Education Week

November 15, 2010

About a dozen GW entities, including a student group, are working together to plan a week packed with international education events.

Dr. John Williams Announces Transition

November 14, 2010

Sabbatical announced as Medical Center enters second phase of review

Global Health Solutions

November 11, 2010

GW’s Department of Microbiology, Immunology and Tropical Medicine celebrates 10 year anniversary.

Modern Dance Mentorship

November 11, 2010

GW dance professor Dana Tai Soon Burgess and his company recently won a grant from the mayor’s office to run an Asian American youth program.

Supporting Special Education

November 11, 2010

GSEHD received $3.7 million in funding from the Department of Education for bilingual special education and tuition support for rehabilitation counseling programs.