GW Today Archives

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Milken Institute School of Public Health Dean Installation

Lynn R. Goldman Formally Installed as Michael and Lori Milken Dean

January 30, 2015
Renowned public health leader becomes the second endowed dean at the George Washington University.
Igor Efimov

GW Celebrates the Future of Biomedical Engineering

January 29, 2015
Professor Igor Efimov outlines vision for the School of Engineering and Applied Science’s newest department.
David Ensor

America’s Voice in the Digital Age

January 28, 2015
Voice of America Director David Ensor discusses broadcast institution’s efforts with SMPA’s Frank Sesno.
Burning fossil fuels is one way that cadmium is released into the environment. (Rob Stewart/GW Today)

Cadmium Exposure Linked to Aging, Chronic Disease

January 28, 2015
Study finds that high exposure to the toxic metal can age cells by 11 years.
Researchers found that employees appeared to value the idea of diversity more than diversity itself. (William Atkins/GW Today)

Study Says Gender-Diverse Offices Are More Productive, Less Harmonious

January 28, 2015
Economics Professor Wally Mullin finds that co-ed workplaces can boost profits.
He for She

D.C. Launch of ‘He for She’ Gender Equality Movement Kicks Off at GW

January 28, 2015
The campaign calls for men to stand up for women’s rights.
GW tempietto

University Releases Results of Unwanted Sexual Behavior Questionnaire

January 28, 2015
Survey creates a baseline of data to help shape future university programming.

Eco-Equity Challenge to Fund Student-Led Environmental and Social Justice Projects

January 28, 2015
Undergraduate and graduate students can submit applications until March 17.
Torie Clarke

A Guide for D.C.’s Soul Survivors

January 28, 2015
Former Assistant Secretary of Defense Torie Clarke dishes on thriving in Washington.
Adjustments Continue in Wake of Graduate Enrollment Declines

Adjustments Continue in Wake of Graduate Enrollment Declines

January 26, 2015 1:00 p.m.
New cost containment efforts underway to balance budgets.

Ava Meets George Washington

January 26, 2015
The little girl who thought she'd never meet her favorite president comes face-to-face with her hero at ‪‎GW's homecoming.
Food Tank

Inaugural Food Tank Summit Reveals a System Hungry for Change

January 26, 2015
Food waste, distribution inequality, changing agriculture and workers’ rights are among 21st century challenges.
Book Covers

English Department Brings Award-Winning Writers to GW’s Doorstep

January 26, 2015
Events on campus include readings with Lemony Snicket, Trey Ellis and more.

Harvard Philosopher Asks Students, ‘Has the Market Gone Too Far?’

January 26, 2015
Richard W. Blackburn Lecture challenges students to consider civility and integrity in a market society.
Workplace wellness

Why Healthier Workplaces Are Better for Business

January 26, 2015
Experts discuss how culture changes can lead to weight loss and return on investments.