Michael Barnett currently holds a chair of international relations at the University of Minnesota.
New York University’s Doug Guthrie is an expert on sociology and economic reform in China.
Immigration, poverty and abuse are among issues reported on by the winners of the 2010 Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Awards, celebrated May 26 at GW.
Lynn Goldman of Johns Hopkins University has been appointed the new dean of GW’s School of Public Health and Health Services.
Professor Cayo Gamber has vowed to buy nothing but necessities in 2010.
The movement away from Facebook has found some sympathizers on campus.
Twenty speakers including Craigslist founder Craig Newmark and alumnus Warren Brown, founder and owner of CakeLove, offer “ideas worth spreading.”
GW’s Division of Student and Academic Support Services reorganizes to emphasize student life and learning.
GW’s climate action plan calls for a 40 percent reduction in carbon emissions by 2025.
Woody Gwyn’s landscapes are the subject of an exhibit in GW’s Luther W. Brady Art Gallery.
Eight GW seniors selected as 2010-12 Presidential Administrative Fellows.