GW Today Archives

Browse past GW Today articles in our archives.

SPHHS Launches Online Graduate Program

October 31, 2012
MPH@GW will offer first classes in May 2013.

A Principled Stand

October 31, 2012
GW health policy professor has history of support for women’s health and science-based policymaking.

Carlos Slim to Fund Scholarships for GW Graduate Students

October 31, 2012
Program to cover full tuition for business, engineering and international affairs students.

Explaining Hurricane Sandy

October 31, 2012
Associate Professor of Geography Ryan Engstrom discusses how this hurricane became a massive storm.

Hurricane Sandy Halts Pre-Election Activity

October 29, 2012
Professor of Political Management Christopher Arterton explains the impact the storm could have on the 2012 presidential race.

SEAS Inducts Six Alumni and Faculty into GW Engineering Hall of Fame

October 29, 2012
Astronaut, Academy Award winner and long-serving professor emeritus are among the inductees.

Teach For America Founder Addresses GW Greeks

October 29, 2012

Though the achievement gap in this country may be massive and daunting, it “truly is solvable.”

Chef José Andrés to Teach Food Class

October 29, 2012
The spring course, “The World on a Plate: How Food Shapes Civilization,” is open to all students and explores the intersections of food and society.

University Administrators, Law Enforcement Officials Address Campus Safety

October 29, 2012
Panelists spoke about high priority issues affecting safety and security on campus at a forum Thursday in Jack Morton Auditorium.

University Cancels Classes, Activities Due to Hurricane Sandy Concerns

October 26, 2012
Darrell Darnell answers questions about the university’s cancellations and what GW community members should do to stay safe.
Cuban Missile Crisis

The Cuban Missile Crisis, 50 Years Later

October 23, 2012
Professor James Hershberg provides insight in advance of two events this week that commemorate the crisis.
Law Review

For Aspiring Lawyers, a Chance to be Published as an Undergraduate

October 23, 2012
GW is one of only a handful of universities in the country to have an undergraduate law review.

Journalists Analyze Final Presidential Debate at GW

October 23, 2012
Foreign policy correspondents from Washington Post, NBC News among those offering predictions and commentary at special debate-watching party.

Campus Buildings Get Sustainable Renovations

October 23, 2012
The university’s new Eco-Building Program is upgrading many buildings’ energy and water systems.

GW Students Ensure Homeless Doesn’t Mean Voteless

October 23, 2012
Graduate students in the Trachtenberg School coordinate a voter registration drive aimed at the city’s homeless.

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