GW Today Archives

Browse past GW Today articles in our archives.

Marketing and Creative Services staff celebrates two regional Emmy wins.

University Wins Two Regional Emmy Awards

June 30, 2015
Videos from the Office of Marketing and Creative Services received four nominations overall.

The World Is a Classroom for Virtual High School Students

June 29, 2015
George Washington University Online High School graduates its fourth senior class.
GW campus gate

Board of Trustees Approves Faculty Governance Resolutions

June 29, 2015

Measures taken on dean’s search and review, appointment, promotion and tenure; Faculty Senate membership will be addressed in the fall.

Alumni Capitol Hill reception

An Evening on the Hill With GW Alumni

June 29, 2015
About 200 politicos attend annual Capitol Hill reception.
Presidential Leadership Scholars

Alumnae Thrive in Leadership Collaborative

June 29, 2015
Janelle Carter Brevard, Traci Scott among first cohort of Presidential Leadership Scholars graduates.
Hugh Agnew

Message from Provost Steven Lerman

June 26, 2015
Hugh L. Agnew appointed interim dean for Elliott School of International Affairs.
Alan Morrison.

U.S. Supreme Court Affirms Same-Sex Marriage Nationwide

June 26, 2015
Alan Morrison, dean of public service at George Washington University Law School, analyzes landmark decision.

In Memoriam: Professor James Miller

June 25, 2015
Dr. Miller was an intellectual force and mentor in English and American Studies departments.

Is It Possible to Fix D.C.’s Food Waste Problem in 24 Hours?

June 22, 2015
George Washington University hosts D.C. Climathon as part of a global event to develop sustainable solutions.
TOm Barry

How I Got the Job: GW Grad on the Ultimate Life Hack for Job Seekers

June 22, 2015
Tech-savvy alum Tom Barry uses World Health Organization research to build a personal brand and impress on-campus recruiters.
Afnan Al-Shuaiby

GW Global Series: Breaking Barriers With Dr. Afnan Al-Shuaiby

June 22, 2015
Arab British Chamber of Commerce Secretary General and alumna talks leadership, diplomacy, education at London event.
Lorenzo Vidino and Seamus Hughes

Program on Extremism Launches at GW

June 22, 2015
Led by Seamus Hughes and Lorenzo Vidino, the program will focus on research and policy solutions.
University Singers

University Choir Hits All the Right Notes

June 22, 2015
Student musicians traveled to Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia on a mission of service and song.
Akos Vertes

GW Chemist Detects Invisible Threats

June 22, 2015
A palm-sized chip technology, invented by Akos Vertes, can analyze minute traces of contaminants and disease.
Supreme Court

How Will the Supreme Court Affect the Affordable Care Act?

June 18, 2015
GW Professor Sara Rosenbaum weighs in on the King v. Burwell decision that is expected in June.