GW Today Archives

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Vanessa Perry (File photo)

Keeping Your Wallet Healthy During the Holidays

November 30, 2015
Consumer behavior and marketing expert Vanessa Perry offers smart-spending tips.

How to Survive in the Arctic

November 30, 2015
$3 million grant from the National Science Foundation will expand research on urban sustainability in extreme climate conditions.
Giving Tuesday

GW to Participate in #GivingTuesday for Third Consecutive Year

November 30, 2015
Global day of giving back kicks off month-long “Give the Gift of Education” effort.

Annual Symposium Honors Contributions of Albert H. Small

November 25, 2015
Event celebrates historic Washingtoniana Collection, the opening of two new exhibitions and Mr. Small’s 90th birthday.

Experts Say Cancer Research Should Focus on Prevention

November 25, 2015
George Washington University and ICF International explore new directions for personalized medicine with patients at its core.
Katrina Pariera

CCAS Course Develops Trust, Honesty in Personal Relationships

November 24, 2015
Professor Katrina Pariera’s communications class helps students learn how to talk about sex.
person looking at computer screen

University Responds to ‘White Student Union’ Facebook Account

November 23, 2015
Postings on the account do not reflect values of GW community, university official says.
Professor's Gate

University Human Resources Begins Classification Briefings

November 23, 2015
New structure aims to recruit and retain staff at George Washington University.
Colonial Crowdfunding

Inaugural Colonial Crowdfunding Project Coming to a Close

November 23, 2015
The first group of five student-led projects were selected from 20 applications.
Some of the more than 1,000 art school aspirants who attended Saturday's National Portfolio Day at GW have their work critiqued.

National Portfolio Day

November 23, 2015
More than 1,000 hopeful college art majors attend event at George Washington University.
Senator Rand Paul

Rand Paul draws packed crowd at GW

November 23, 2015
GOP presidential candidate focuses on his libertarian views during stop at Foggy Bottom Campus.

Albert H. Small Honored with Lifetime Humanities Achievement Award

November 20, 2015
National Endowment for the Humanities fetes 50 years of striving for a “great society.”
Ciarán Devane

British Council Chief Executive: It’s about Anticipation, Not Response

November 20, 2015
Elliott School alumnus Sir Ciarán Devane hosts timely discussion on using smart power in times of global crisis.
President Knapp Attends White House Climate Roundtable

President Knapp Attends White House Climate Roundtable

November 19, 2015
The George Washington University is one of 230 to sign climate pledge.
For the Interfaith Dinner's benediction, graduate student Rana Shieh combined Gregorian chant with Persian classical music.

Voices of Struggle, Hope Highlight Interfaith Dinner

November 19, 2015
Traditional gathering, on theme of “refuge,” took place a week after attacks in Paris left 129 dead.