GW Today Archives

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Joan Meier

GW Law Professor to Study Abuse Allegations in Family Courts

November 26, 2014
Project takes an empirical look at potential gender bias in custody case outcomes.

The Mollusk Mystery

November 26, 2014
George Washington University forensic scientist looking for clues on why the ancient sea creatures are dying in captivity.
Roger A. Fairfax

Missouri Grand Jury Declines to Indict Police Officer in Fatal Shooting

November 26, 2014

Law school Professor Roger Fairfax discusses action of the panel looking into the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo.

GW students offered messages of support at the closing event of the National Week of Action.

White House Official Urges Students to ‘Change the Culture’ on Sexual Assault

November 24, 2014
Tina Tchen, chief of staff to First Lady Michelle Obama, helps close national “Week of Action” at the George Washington University.
In Memoriam: Michael Shanahan

In Memoriam: Michael Shanahan

November 24, 2014
SMPA professor and veteran political reporter remembered for his love of journalism, teaching.

GW Helps Fill in ‘Missing Maps’

November 24, 2014
Humanitarian Mapping Society organizes event to support Red Cross efforts to learn more about remote parts of the world.

Aspiring Artists Convene for National Portfolio Day

November 24, 2014
GW hosts high school students and colleges from across the country at the Corcoran School.

Trustee Gift of $5 Million to Support GW VALOR, ‘Trek’ Program, Tech Room, Career Mentoring

November 24, 2014
Spring 2015 will usher in expanded programs for university career services.
16 Days

Global Women’s Institute Finds Gaps in Violence Prevention Research

November 23, 2014
GW researchers will discuss their findings during a Dec. 3 event, a part of the “16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence” international campaign.
GW symposium on mentoring native youth, student forum on Redskins’ nickname tackle cultural issues.

U.S. Sen. Al Franken Says Native Americans ‘Need Advocates’

November 21, 2014
GW symposium on mentoring native youth, student forum on Redskins’ nickname tackle cultural issues.
Bill Nye

‘The Science Guy’ Brings Quirky Intelligence to Lisner Auditorium

November 20, 2014
Popular educator Bill Nye advocates for critical thought, scientific process.
TTIP Conference

George Washington University Hosts New European Union Ambassador

November 20, 2014
Amb. David O’Sullivan discusses potential for new era of free trade between U.S., Europe.
President's Medal

Simon Lee Awarded President’s Medal

November 20, 2014
Alumnus, founder and CEO of STG Inc. is first Korean-American to receive honor.
Tim Rabolt

University Marks One Year Smoke Free

November 20, 2014
Upgraded signage being installed around campus as GW celebrates the Great American Smokeout.

100 Thousand Strong: Students Strengthen U.S.-China Relations

November 19, 2014
National conference supported by GW’s Confucius Institute gathers college students interested in China.