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Kang and Akman

In Memoriam: Navdeep Kang

August 30, 2014
Fourth-year medical student remembered for his humble intelligence, love of learning.
Digital campaign strategists Zac Moffat (left) and Michael Slaby (right) in a panel discussion with SMPA Director Frank Sesno.

How to Run a Political Campaign in the Digital Era

August 29, 2014
Obama, Romney strategists bring insight from their years of experience.

Message from President Knapp Regarding Sexual Assault

August 29, 2014
President underscores personal and university position in letter to members of the university community.
Freshman Day of Service

GW Community to Volunteer Alongside 44 Partners During Day of Service

August 29, 2014
Urban revitalization strategist Majora Carter will provide Freshman Convocation keynote.

GW Mourns the Loss of Fourth-Year Medical Student

August 28, 2014 4:10 p.m.
University community invited to gather in Ross Hall on Thursday for remembrance, support.

GW Offers Resources for Sexual Assault Prevention

August 27, 2014
University programs, student organizations create forum for awareness, campus activism.

Ferguson, Mo.: Navigating the Aftermath of Michael Brown’s Shooting

August 27, 2014
Africana Studies Program Director Jennifer James analyzes the unrest.
Students in the Columbian College's “Communication, Decision-Making, and Innovation: The Special Case of Denmark" course explore

Where in the World Did the Columbian College Go?

August 27, 2014
Whether it’s learning about art in Europe’s epicenter of culture or analyzing intern

Battling Ebola: Challenges, Ethical Dilemmas

August 27, 2014
Professor Ron Waldman answers questions about the “international public health emergency.”

Justice Served?

August 27, 2014
New study from GWSB professor Elizabeth Mullen suggests punishing perpetrators may decrease people’s willingness to compensate victims.

Preventing Violence Against Women and Girls in Conflict Areas

August 26, 2014
The Global Women’s Institute has begun a five-year research project to understand and respond to gender-based violence in South Sudan, other crisis-affected countries.

University Staffer Guides Students and Soldiers

August 25, 2014
Gabriel Slifka uses military values to promote positive decision-making
Junior Camila Rondon guides Corcoran students at Colonial Inauguration.

University Welcomes the Corcoran School

August 25, 2014
GW’s newest students come to campus following historic arts agreement.
First Night 2014

Class of 2018 Commemorates ‘First Night’ at Historic Mount Vernon Estate

August 25, 2014
The university’s present and future celebrate legacy of George Washington.

GW, State Department Team Up for International Students Webinar

August 25, 2014
Higher education series provides forum for questions about studying in the U.S.