GW Today Archives

Browse past GW Today articles in our archives.

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Women in Beltway Journalism Struggle to Be Heard on Twitter

June 29, 2018

A study by GW journalism Professor Nikki Usher quantifies the challenges female D.C. journalists face on social media.

Fosun

New Venture Competition Receives $300,000 from Fosun Foundation

June 29, 2018

The gift will in part support the competition’s programming and awards for international students.

Director of CCHS Frank Cilluffo (left) and Kevin Mandia, A George Washington University alumnus and CEO of FireEye, discuss attr

Attribution of Cyber Attacks Is Critical to Deterrence

June 29, 2018

Alumnus Kevin Mandia, CEO of FireEye, said private companies should practice defensive measures in the cyber domain.

Admiral Howard

Adm. Michelle Howard Appointed as Elliott School Shapiro Visiting Professor

June 29, 2018

Following a groundbreaking Naval career, Adm. Howard will teach a course at the Elliott School in cybersecurity and policy.  

GW Shuttles

New Shuttles Debut on Campus

June 29, 2018

The university debuted new shuttles Sunday complete with an unmistakable GW look.

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Alumni Meet, Network on Capitol Hill

June 28, 2018

Members of Congress, Hill staffers were among GW alumni who attended the annual reception that included President LeBlanc.

Message from Thomas LeBlanc

June 28, 2018

The GW president responds to the Trump administration’s travel ban.

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Expert on Employment Law Expects Little Change with Passage of D.C. Initiative 77

June 26, 2018
GW Law’s Michael Selmi said the vote eliminating tipped minimum wage will not have the drastic effects on the D.C. restaurant scenes opponents of the measure feared.
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Senator Warner Calls for a National Cyber Doctrine

June 25, 2018
GW’s VSTC sponsored a conversation with Mr. Warner for the Northern Virginia Technology Council and cyber security undergraduates.
Cafritz Awards

Cafritz Foundation Honors Outstanding D.C. Government Employees

June 22, 2018
The GW Center for Excellence in Public Leadership hosts annual ceremony to recognize city workers’ exemplary service.
Sydney Elle Gray

Brady Gallery Hosts First Exhibition in New Flagg Building Space

June 18, 2018
“Full Circle: Hue and Saturation in the Washington Color School” will run through Oct. 26.
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GW Enhances Military, Veteran Student Resources

June 15, 2018
An increase in Yellow Ribbon Program benefits and the hiring of a new program manager are among the newly implemented changes.
GW Politics Poll

New GW Poll Shows Voters Poised for Large Midterm Turnout

June 13, 2018
Inaugural GW Politics Poll finds strong support for gun laws, openness to immigration reform, opposition to interference with special counsel.
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GW Leaders Share Messages of Hope as Graduation Speakers

June 13, 2018
Several members of the GW community delivered parting words to graduates at other institutions and were awarded honorary degrees.
United States Supreme Court

Supreme Court Ruling Could Lead to Lower Voter Turnout

June 12, 2018
GSPM’s Michael D. Cohen says the decision allowing states to remove inactive voters from its rolls effectively disenfranchises unresponsive voters.

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