GW Today Archives

Browse past GW Today articles in our archives.

Representing American Youth

May 21, 2010

GW sophomores participate in international conference.

Focusing on Students

May 20, 2010

GW’s Division of Student and Academic Support Services reorganizes to emphasize student life and learning.

Planning a Sustainable Future

May 19, 2010

GW’s climate action plan calls for a 40 percent reduction in carbon emissions by 2025.

A Love for the Land

May 18, 2010

Woody Gwyn’s landscapes are the subject of an exhibit in GW’s Luther W. Brady Art Gallery.

New Trustees Elected

May 17, 2010

Actress Kerry Washington among GW’s nine new board members.

GW’s Newest Ambassadors

May 17, 2010

Eight GW seniors selected as 2010-12 Presidential Administrative Fellows.

A Capitol Commencement

May 16, 2010

First Lady Michelle Obama urges GW’s class of 2010 to stay engaged in their communities and the world in address on National Mall.

Honoring the Best and the Brightest

May 16, 2010

George Washington students join elite academic society.

GW Announces Nursing School

May 14, 2010

New school to draw on existent resources on Foggy Bottom and Virginia campuses.

New Building to House School of Public Health and Health Services

May 14, 2010

The structure will unify the school’s departments, classrooms and research facilities for the first time.

Two Must-See Shows at the National Gallery

May 14, 2010

Dutch painter Hendrick Avercamp depicted misleadingly joyous landscapes with ice skaters, while Spanish painters and sculptors strived to make their religious art look real.

A Passion for Politics

May 14, 2010

Professor John Sides planned a career in law before realizing his propensity for political science.

From the White House to GW

May 14, 2010

Former national security staffer Darrell Darnell joins GW as senior associate vice president for safety and security.

Revenge of the Women’s Studies Professor

May 14, 2010

GW professor is a Lambda Literary Award finalist.

A Racing Tradition

May 13, 2010

GW freshman Hugo Scheckter will be part of the pit crew at the Indy 500.

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