GW Today Archives

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Annual Security Report

GW Releases Annual Security Report

September 30, 2014
Disciplinary referrals up, new categories added after reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act.
GW Faculty Code

Faculty Governance Assessment Continues

September 29, 2014
After the Board of Trustees passed enhanced protections for academic freedom over the summer, working group of trustees, faculty and administrators begin review of remaining principles.

Corcoran Galleries Close for Renovations

September 29, 2014
Gallery space in the Corcoran building on 17th Street closed to the public this weekend as the National Gallery of Art prepares to start yearlong renovations.
GW Police Badge

University Training Videos Assess Potential Violence

September 29, 2014
Steps to take before and during potentially threatening situations are covered.

NewU Helps Freshmen Navigate College Life

September 29, 2014
First Year Experience program offers guidance on adjusting to life at George Washington University and beyond.
Steve Knapp

Confucius Institute Celebrates One Year of Culture on Campus

September 26, 2014
Event at GW coincides with Chinese exchange program’s 10th anniversary.

Indonesian President Urges Major Powers to Resolve Differences Amicably

September 26, 2014
During GW visit, Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono says U.S. will play a key role ensuring international cooperation.

Getting Ahead of the Curve on Ebola Epidemic

September 26, 2014
Experts convene at George Washington to discuss the global health security agenda.

University to Host Republican National Committee Chairman

September 25, 2014
Graduate School of Political Management event will focus on midterm elections.

Eric Holder Resigns As Attorney General

September 25, 2014
Nation’s first black attorney general served as university trustee, was installed at Lisner.
Solar 2014

Experts Ask ‘How Can We Build #Solar4All?’

September 24, 2014
GW Solar Institute symposium examines challenges to bringing solar power to low-income communities.
Arne Duncan Interfaith

Education Secretary Thanks Interfaith Leaders for ‘Meaningful Conversations and Meaningful Action’

September 24, 2014
Interfaith conference held at GW focuses on building bridges among beliefs to spur community service.

SMHS Professor Seeks to ‘Cure Aging’

September 24, 2014
David Mendelowitz is competing for the $1 million Palo Alto Longevity Prize.

George Washington University Named ‘Military Friendly School’

September 24, 2014
Distinction received by the university for the sixth consecutive year.
Victoria Pridemore

Victoria Pridemore to Lead GW’s Military and Veteran Student Services

September 24, 2014
The Army vet and former VALOR ambassador for online programs will serve as the office’s new associate director.