GW Today Archives

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Experts Discuss CTE Risk for Kids in Contact Sports

April 16, 2018
The film screening and panel tackled the issue of preventing young athletes from developing the degenerative brain disorder.
The Flagg building's second floor will reopen for student use in fall 2018. (William Atkins/GW Today)

A New Life for the Flagg Building

April 16, 2018
The Corcoran School of the Arts and Design unveils new teaching and working spaces from signature redesign.
elson Carbonell, Jr., chats with School of Engineering and Applied Sciences students Olivia Hoerle and Jay Lee. (Erin Scott)

Power & Promise Brings Students and Supporters Together

April 16, 2018
Annual celebration of philanthropy introduces donors to the students whose educations they have helped enable.
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Fountain Day 2018

April 16, 2018

The George Washington University community gathered Saturday afternoon on the Quad at the Mount Vernon Campus as the fountain was turned on to celebrate spring in the final weeks of the spring 2018

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#GWMusicMonday: Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inducts Sister Rosetta Tharpe

April 16, 2018
GW Today presents a musical guide to the rock-and-roll trailblazer from English and American Studies professor and Tharpe biographer Gayle Wald.
Leo Chalupa

Faculty Senate Receives Update on Research

April 16, 2018
Undergraduate interest in and university commitment to research has grown significantly as GW has expanded resources, Vice President for Research Leo Chalupa said.
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Research Days Marks Record Participation

April 16, 2018
GW students showcased more than 650 posters and competed for prizes during the annual two-day event.
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A New England Welcome

April 16, 2018
President Thomas LeBlanc shared his university priorities with GW community members in the greater Boston area, including members of the class of 2022.
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University Prepares for Commencement

April 16, 2018
President Emeritus Steven Knapp to receive an honorary degree at the May 20 ceremony.
Michael Avenatti

#GWtoDo: Your Curated Arts and Events Agenda

April 16, 2018
Stand at the center of the presidential maelstrom with Stormy Daniels’ lawyer, snack on free cupcakes for Flag Day, investigate “The Opposite of Hate” with Sally Kohn and more.
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Office of the Vice President for Research to Report to the Provost

April 12, 2018
The university announced an internal search for a new vice president for research and a reporting structure that will align academics and research.
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Anuj Mehrotra Named Dean of GWSB

April 12, 2018
The longtime administrator, researcher and faculty member at the University of Miami will join the George Washington University this summer.
Thomas LeBlanc and Students

University Releases Action Plan in Response to Recent Discussions on Race after Social Media Incident

April 11, 2018
Among updates, officials outline approach to new student and faculty diversity training, bias reporting system, hire of diversity and inclusion training director.
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Students Make a Spring Break Impact through Service

April 11, 2018
One group of GW students learned about Native American rights through their Alternative Break service with the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma.
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A Hair Trigger away from Ending Life on Earth

April 11, 2018
At the Elliott School, antiwar activist Daniel Ellsberg discusses a nuclear deterrence policy that threatens nearly everyone.

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