GW Today Archives

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GW Receives $4.1 Million Grant to Support Diverse Doctoral Students

November 03, 2017
The Health Policy Research Scholars Program aims to create greater diversity in future generations of researchers and policymakers.
J.D. Vance

Opioid Addiction Has Wide-Ranging Impact

November 03, 2017
Experts discussed the opioid epidemic and the harrowing effect it has had on communities at a GW forum.
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San Juan Mayor Highlights Importance of Honesty in Public Communications

November 02, 2017
Carmen Yulín Cruz visited GSPM class to thank students and share lessons from the ongoing crisis caused by Hurricane Maria.
Kevin Michael Days will manage relationships with GW's neighbors. (William Atkins/GW Today)

GW Announces New Director of Community Relations

November 02, 2017
Kevin Michael Days will serve as the university’s point of contact for the local community.
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Public Debate Needed on Cyber Security

October 31, 2017
Experts discussed the need for flexible policies, partnerships and buy-in from the American public to tackle cyber issues.

GSPM Professor Weighs in on Special Prosecutor Indictments

October 30, 2017
Steven Billet, a former Washington lobbyist, says the charges facing former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort are significant.

GW Community Tallies More Than 49 Million Steps

October 30, 2017
Participants in the 2017 Steps Challenge took an average 8,318 steps per day during the annual competition.

GW Celebrates Hindu Festival of Lights

October 30, 2017

George Washington University student groups--including the International Services Office, GW Hindu Students Association and GW Desis, celebrated Diwali Saturday night in the Marvin Center.


In Photos: Boo Bash 2017

October 30, 2017

The GW community turned out en masse Friday night for this year's Boo Bash on the Foggy Bottom Campus.


Four Alumni, One Professor Inducted into GW Engineering Hall of Fame

October 30, 2017
A groundbreaking aerospace engineer, Army Corps of Engineers leader and long-time GW professor were among 2017 honorees.
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U.S. Senator: ‘There Is Not A Lot of Time Left’ to Reverse Climate Change

October 30, 2017
Democratic Sen. Ben Cardin gave the keynote at the Milken Institute School of Public Health’s second annual Public Health Summit.
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Autism Research Targets Transition to Young Adulthood

October 30, 2017
The NIH recently awarded more than $11.7 million to a GW-based research project on autism spectrum disorder diagnosis disparities.

University Will Honor Tradition with Inauguration Celebration

October 30, 2017
The event will formally install GW’s 17th President Thomas J. LeBlanc.
Adele Wise, Brooke Sands and Jocelyn Donahue.

Colonial Harvest Calls for Donations

October 30, 2017
Lacrosse team will run sixth annual food drive starting Friday at the Charles E. Smith Center.

GW President Discusses Comprehensiveness, Diversity at Faculty Assembly

October 30, 2017
Thomas LeBlanc reiterated his administrative priorities and emphasized the importance of “scholarship in all its forms.”