GW Today Archives

Browse past GW Today articles in our archives.

Cynthia Dowd

Researcher Receives $2.6 Million Grant to Study Treatment for Malaria and Tuberculosis

February 29, 2016
CCAS Professor Cynthia Dowd leads a team of researchers who will study enzyme inhibitors as possible medications for devastating diseases.
Women's Rowing Team

GW Student Athletes Name Richard Zamoff Professor of the Year

February 29, 2016
Selection announced during ceremony recognizing 375 students who made Athletic Academic Deans List.
Knapp

Student Ingenuity Shines at 10th Annual SEAS R&D Showcase

February 29, 2016
“Innovation Awards” given to honor showcase founder, alumnus Randy Graves.
Start Time Changed for Anderson Cooper Visit to GW

Start Time Changed for Anderson Cooper Visit to GW

February 29, 2016
The CNN anchor’s conversation with SMPA Director Frank Sesno begins at 5 p.m.
Topher Kandik works with an A.P. English student at the SEED School of Washington, D.C. (Logan Werlinger/GW Today)

D.C. Teacher of the Year Leads a Classroom without Boundaries

February 29, 2016
GW alumnus Topher Kandik pushes students to learn through experience and exposure.

Super Tuesday Preview: Is Donald Trump Really Pulling This Off?

February 29, 2016
GOP leader enters big week with large delegate advantage.
Oscars

And the Oscar Goes to…

February 28, 2016
Film and theatre professors predicted who would take home golden statues from the Academy Awards.
Ambassador John D. Negroponte: Briefing a Future President about Foreign Policy

Ambassador John D. Negroponte: Briefing a Future President about Foreign Policy

February 24, 2016
New Shapiro professor and former U.S. director of national intelligence lays out global issues he’d discuss with the president.
Lopes

Carlos Lopes Discusses Africa’s Changing Narrative

February 24, 2016
The executive secretary of the Economic Commission for Africa spoke at GW as part of Elliott School’s annual David H. Miller Lecture.
Steven Knapp

A Trip to Mount Vernon for George Washington’s Birthday

February 24, 2016
Students, faculty, staff make annual visit to university namesake’s estate.
Kathleen Bartoloni-Tuazon

How a 1789 Congressional Dispute Helped Shape the Presidency

February 24, 2016
Kathleen Bartoloni-Tuazon’s discussion highlights Washington birthday celebrations on and off campus.
University among Top Fulbright Producers

University among Top Fulbright Producers

February 22, 2016
Ten students, six faculty members received prestigious award in 2015-16.
iphone

Five Insights into Apple’s Battle with the FBI

February 22, 2016
GW Law Professorial Lecturer Paul Rosenzweig weighs in on whether litigation could set a precedent for future law enforcement investigations.
Neesha

24-year-old Neesha Arter to Keynote GW’s National Eating Disorder Awareness Week

February 22, 2016
On Feb. 25, the memoirist will discuss her battle with anorexia after surviving a sexual assault.
Heart health

Know Your Health by Heart

February 22, 2016
GW cardiologist recommends incorporating heart-healthy lifestyle choices gradually and keeping them fun.

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