GW Today Archives

Browse past GW Today articles in our archives.


Newt Gingrich Emphasizes Using Technology to Rethink Government

July 30, 2014
Former speaker of the House headlines Day 1 of National Conservative Student Conference at GW.

University Hosts Native American High School Cohort

July 30, 2014
Visiting students gain valuable policy, political leadership experience through GW program.

President Knapp Testifies on Vision for Corcoran Agreement

July 30, 2014
Dr. Knapp calls historic collaboration a “true model of arts education” at evidentiary hearing.

President Knapp To Testify in Corcoran Agreement Hearing

July 28, 2014
The evidentiary hearing on the historic collaboration begins today.

What Does the Border Crisis Mean for the U.S.?

July 28, 2014
Experts share insight from international affairs, political and humanitarian perspectives.

Summer Intern Spotlight: Learning a Craft from the Ground Up

July 28, 2014
Engineering senior Thompson Hunt finds collaboration and imagination as a Clark Construction intern
Senior Class Gift

University Fundraising Tops $191 Million in 2014

July 28, 2014
Record-breaking gifts from Milken Institute, Sumner M. Redstone Foundation and Milken Family Foundation contribute to total.

Researcher Reveals How Amphibians Crossed Continents

July 28, 2014
Assistant Professor of Biology Alex Pyron has created the only large-scale biogeographic analysis of its kind.
The Gender-Based Violence 5-Minute Science Fair

Online Science Fair Brings Research to Global Audience

July 28, 2014
The Global Women’s Institute announces winners of its inaugural Gender-Based Violence 5-Minute Science Fair.
David Rehr

GSPM Announces Additions to Faculty

July 25, 2014
David Rehr, Matt Dallek join school in full-time capacities; Dr. Rehr named director of new global advocacy program.

Peace in the Middle East?

July 23, 2014
Professor Nathan Brown says there will be a cease-fire but long-term prospects dim.
First Star

University Hosts Foster Youth for Summer Residency

July 23, 2014
Partnership with First Star Greater Washington Academy gives students a preview of college life.
Grief and Loss

Lessons on the Many Faces of Grief

July 23, 2014
GW summer institute helps counselors guide patients through the healing process.
Leana Wen

What to Do ‘When Doctors Don’t Listen’

July 23, 2014
Book by GW attending physician and emergency medicine professor Leana Wen teaches patients how to advocate for their health.

University to Issue New Bonds

July 23, 2014
The funds will support approved capital projects and refinance debt.