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Grad2Grad Program Offers Seniors a Discount on GW Graduate Programs

December 15, 2017
Standardized test requirements such as the GRE and GMAT could be waived for some programs.
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Photos: 2017 VSTC Holiday Party

December 15, 2017
Celebration brings semester to a close with festive music, delicious food, GW swag giveaways and a time to reflect on the year past.
Mona Zaghloul

SEAS Professor to Be Inducted in National Academy of Inventors

December 15, 2017
Mona Zaghloul, a GW professor who specializes in nanotechnologies, was nominated by her peers for outstanding contributions to innovation.
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Photos: Foggy Bottom Holiday Party 2017

December 15, 2017
The annual event celebrated faculty and staff contributions to GW.

GW Solicits Proposals for New Dining and Catering Offerings for Next Academic Year

December 11, 2017
The university will implement program changes to enhance flexibility and affordability of the dining and catering programs following Restaurant Associates’ termination of its existing contract.
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GW Holiday Video 2017

December 11, 2017

Members of the George Washington University community came together to pose for photos on Kogan Plaza as part of "Walking in a G-Dub Wonde

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2017 Holiday Video Shoot

December 11, 2017

Members of the George Washington University community came together to pose for photos on Kogan Plaza as part of "Walking in a G-Dub Wonderland: The 2017 GW Holiday Video." The set w

Peter Kamoscai and Brandon Lardy at the Partnership for Public Service. (Ruth Steinhardt/GW Today)

How I Got the Job: Shining a Light on Achievements in Public Service

December 11, 2017
Peter Kamocsai, M.P.A. ’15, and Brandon Lardy, M.P.P. ’15, were recipients of the GW Fellowship at the Partnership for Public Service.
Joseph Kunkel. (Photo: Corcoran School of the Arts and Design)

Architect Discusses How to Build ‘with,’ not ‘for,’ Disadvantaged Communities

December 11, 2017
William Wilson Corcoran Visiting Professor Joseph Kunkel demonstrates goals and methods at cross-cultural collaboration symposium.
Finalist Neil Wary

Five Potentially World-Changing Ideas from the 2017 Siemens Competition

December 11, 2017
High school competitors took on some of the biggest issues in STEM, from securing online auctions to preventing the deadly metastasis of breast cancer cells.
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Top 10 Stories of the Fall 2017 Semester

December 11, 2017
The arrival of Thomas LeBlanc, changes to DACA and Title IX, and research on autism, butterflies and solar cells ranked among GW Today’s most-read pieces this semester.
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Climathon Finalists Pitch Ideas to Address Climate Change

December 11, 2017
GW students and entrepreneurs describe innovative, sustainable and resilient solutions for D.C.’s most vulnerable communities.
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Nelson and Michele Carbonell, Kevin Pelphrey Honored for Commitment to Autism Research

December 11, 2017
The Carbonells and Dr. Pelphrey received a research and innovation award from the nonprofit Melwood.
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This Holiday Season, Give the Gift of Education

December 11, 2017
GW students benefit from philanthropy throughout the year.
Blake Morant

Faculty Senate Hears Law School Update

December 11, 2017
Dean Blake Morant outlines the school’s recent history, progress and priorities for the future.

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