GW Today Archives

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New Gift to Support GW Institute for Korean Studies

March 16, 2018
The $750,000 donation will help make university a “hub” for Korean studies in D.C. and internationally, institute director says.

SMHS Researchers to Study the Brain’s Role in Obesity-Induced Hypertension

March 13, 2018
The research team, led by Colin Young, was awarded $2.4 million by the National Institutes of Health

Voters Closely Watching Issues where They Disapprove of Trump, New Poll Says

March 13, 2018
Voters split on economy, concerned about long-term outlook, according to the latest GW Battleground Poll.

George Washington Opens against Ohio State in NCAA Tournament

March 13, 2018
First round game tips off at 1:30 p.m. Saturday; tickets available at noon Tuesday.
Dean Ben Vinson III with students

CCAS Dean Named Provost of Case Western Reserve University

March 12, 2018
Ben Vinson III has supported faculty and student research, Corcoran integration and opening of Science and Engineering Hall during his time at GW.

Message from Provost Maltzman on Graduate Student Unionization

March 09, 2018
Provost explains decision regarding graduate education at GW.

Reimagining Disruption Conference Seeks to Restore Civility in Politics

March 08, 2018
The conference, a special collaboration between GSPM and GWSB, featured the endowed O’Dwyer and Blackburn lectures as well as a panel of former senators who discussed how to fix America’s politics.
SJT 2018

GW Surprises D.C. High School Students with Free Education

March 08, 2018
Now in its 29th year, the Stephen Joel Trachtenberg Scholarship Program gifts tuition, room, board, books and fees to exceptional students.
Chloe King

Student Researcher Dives into Passion for Marine Conservation

March 08, 2018
Junior Chloe King studied sustainable fishing practices in Indonesia and the effects of outreach from non-governmental organizations.
Vanishing Traditions

Clothes That Once Defined the Lives of Women at ‘Vanishing Traditions’

March 08, 2018
The newest exhibition at the George Washington Museum and The Textile Museum features festival costumes from minority cultures in Southwest China.

Colonials Advance to Second Round of A-10 Tournament

March 07, 2018
GW defeats Fordham, plays St. Louis Thursday night at Capital One Arena in D.C.

‘Knowledge in Action’ Fund Helps Students Pursue Unpaid Internships

March 07, 2018
The Knowledge in Action Career Internship Fund announced a donation of up to $100,000 in challenge funds from two GW trustees.

A Religious Philosopher and a Journalist Offer Insights on Civility

March 07, 2018
The GW Mayberg Center for Jewish Education and Leadership hosts conversation on the limits of civil discourse.

TSA Administrator: The U.S. Faces ‘Ambitious Adversaries’

March 07, 2018
David Pekoske spoke about the challenges facing the Transportation Security Administration and his priorities for 2018.
GW Today

Commercialization Brings Research with ‘Broad Benefits’ to Market

March 07, 2018
A drug developed by a GW professor and licensed by La Jolla Pharmaceutical Company was recently approved by the FDA.