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Photographs and Textiles Reveal Unknown Side of China

Photographs and Textiles Reveal Unknown Side of China

February 03, 2016
Exhibition about Chinese culture in the 19th century closes Feb. 14.
GOP math

Donald, Ted, Marco, and the Great Republican Delegate Race

February 02, 2016
Complex GOP primary math will reveal answers one state at a time.
Vice President for Research Leo M. Chalupa

GW Rises in National Science Foundation List of Top Research Institutions

February 01, 2016
With 15 percent increase in research expenditures since 2010, GW continues upward trend.
Museum

Student Night Brings Newcomers to Museum

February 01, 2016
The George Washington University Museum and The Textile Museum’s D.C.-themed event featured tours, trivia, silk-screening and more.
science panel

Has Science Become Overly Politicized?

February 01, 2016
Experts say differences in opinion, issues with science education contribute to public distrust.
GW Harry Potter Scholar Tolonda Henderson

Talking with George Washington University’s Harry Potter Scholar

February 01, 2016
Instructional Librarian Tolonda Henderson merges academics with a passion for the boy wizard.
2016 NBC Fitness Expo

GW Prioritizes Kidney Disease at NBC4 Health and Fitness Expo

February 01, 2016
The GW Ron and Joy Paul Kidney Center and the GW Transplant Institutes provided blood pressure screenings to hundreds of members of the D.C. area community.
Alan Morrison, GW Law Lerner Family Associate Dean for Public Interest and Public Service Law.

What's at Stake before the Supreme Court?

February 01, 2016
Immigration, workers' rights, reproductive health and affirmative action will come under review in upcoming judicial term.
Anderson Cooper to Discuss Politics, Career at GW

Anderson Cooper to Discuss Politics, Career at GW

January 29, 2016
CNN anchor will join SMPA Director Frank Sesno in conversation Feb. 29.
Snow

A Message from President Steven Knapp

January 27, 2016
Dr. Knapp acknowledges staff and faculty efforts in battling Winter Storm Jonas.
Geneva Henry

Provost’s Office to Be Reorganized

January 27, 2016
Geneva Henry will oversee online education, teaching and learning center.
World Internet Conference

GW Students Tackle Cyberspace Issues During China Trip

January 27, 2016
Visit over winter recess included participation in the 2016 World Internet Conference.
Sabrina Ellis

Human Resources Vice President to Leave GW

January 27, 2016
Sabrina Ellis accepts position at NYU; Dale McLeod to serve as interim HR vice president.
John Loeb

Institute for Religious Freedom Will Move Education Programs to GW

January 27, 2016
$2.5M gift will endow institute programs devoted to dialogue on religious understanding.
George statue

GW Gets to Work During Blizzard

January 25, 2016
Staff, students dig out, keep busy as Winter Storm Jonas arrives and departs.

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