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GW students and GSPM Director Mark Kennedy in Brazil

GW Political Management Goes Global

March 31, 2014
International advocacy program will include immersion residencies around the world.
Faculty Code

Faculty Survey to Provide Input on Shared Governance

March 31, 2014
Board of Trustees chair solicits feedback from full-time faculty across the university.
The first women admitted to Columbian (now George Washington) University’s Columbian College in 1889.

Looking Back: The Columbian Women

March 31, 2014
As women’s history month ends, George Washington Today remembers one of the first female groups on campus.
Only at GW Debate with Davide Plouffe and Charles Krauthammer

Battle of Partisan Perspectives at ‘Only at GW’ Debate

March 31, 2014
Political experts David Plouffe and Charles Krauthammer analyze policy and the state of the parties.
The Aeolus Quartet plays with GW students.

Aeolus Quartet Brings Musical Talents to Campus

March 31, 2014
Award-winning string quartet shares skills with students through workshops and an on-campus performance.
Panelists Sharon Hadary, Carter Kay, Nancy Griffith Hooff, Sara Ricklen Alter and Sabrina Islam address students at the Women's

Women’s Leadership Conference Examines ‘Success’

March 31, 2014
Renowned food critic Phyllis Richman and choreographer Liz Lerman headline annual event.
Congratulations Class of 2018

Newly Admitted Colonials Celebrate Acceptances

March 31, 2014
#GWU congratulates the incoming class of 2018.
Maryam Yammahi

Researchers Showcase Technologies with Commercial Potential

March 30, 2014
The Office of Technology Transfer hosts its third annual Innovation Competition.
Dean of the Elliott School Michael Brown, the Elliotts' daughter Patricia Kauffman and President Steve Knapp sign the agreement

University President Emeritus Leaves $1.15 Million to Elliott School

March 28, 2014
Daughter of Lloyd and Evelyn Elliott participates in signing ceremony.
College of Professional Studies Women 2 Women event panelists

Female Leaders Share Advice at GW

March 27, 2014
Public, private, nonprofit panelists discuss how women support each other in a multi-sector environment.
D.C. Interactive Documentary Summit

Doc Summit Offers a New Way to Tell Stories

March 27, 2014
Filmmakers gain insight on using interactive storytelling tools.
William H. Dietz

Obesity Expert Joins the Faculty at Milken Institute School of Public Health

March 26, 2014
William H. Dietz will direct the Sumner M. Redstone Global Center for Prevention and Wellness.
Jonathan Brent leads the Fleischman Lecture at the Embassy of the Republic of Poland.

Restored Jewish Documents Save a People’s History

March 26, 2014
Fleischman Lecture examines how discovery of Nazi-seized archives uncovered East European past.
Stephen Joel Trachtenberg scholarship program

GW Surprises Eight D.C. Students With Full-Ride Scholarships

March 26, 2014
In its 25th year, the Stephen Joel Trachtenberg scholarship program continues to transform lives.
GW panelists discuss issues regarding the field of Big Data.

The Risks—and Rewards—of Big Data

March 26, 2014
Experts discuss the possibilities and challenges of big data during a panel Tuesday evening at a GW alumni reception.

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