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U.S. Senators Chris Murphy, Rob Portman Debate at GW

August 02, 2022
In the second installment of The Senate Project, the Democrat and Republican discussed key issues with civility in an effort to promote bipartisanship.
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Presidential Management Fellows Program Trains Future Government Leaders

August 02, 2022
GW has a long history of sending recent advanced-degree graduates to program established by executive order in 1977.
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Educating the GW and D.C. Communities about Monkeypox

July 26, 2022
In a virtual seminar, experts provided current information on the outbreak in D.C.
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Biden Adviser Speaks to GW Student Interns

July 25, 2022
Julie Chavez Rodriguez shared with students her journey from the farm fields of California to the halls of the White House.
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Space Policy Institute Director Scott Pace Awarded Order of the Rising Sun

July 22, 2022
GW Professor of Practice in International Affairs was recently honored by the Japanese government for helping to develop strong relationships between U.S. and Japan in the space field.

GW Joins Area Colleges and Universities in the Fight against Gun Violence

July 20, 2022
Experts in various disciplines will contribute to the new 120 Initiative of the Consortium of Universities of the Washington Metropolitan Area.
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Alumna’s Startup Digital Photography Platform Opens up Global Access

July 11, 2022
Christina Hawatmeh, B.A. ’10, co-created the first NFT marketplace founded by women that distributes images to elevate human stories and preserve history.

Q & A: IDDP Fellow Enrique Armijo

July 06, 2022
At the Institute for Data, Democracy & Politics, Armijo will examine the theories underpinning legal protection of disinformation.
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GWSB Dean Anuj Mehrotra Addresses the United Nations

June 29, 2022
At UN’s annual Micro-, Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises Day, Mehrotra spoke about the responsibility higher-ed institutions have in cultivating global small business growth.
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Q & A: How The Supreme Court’s Abortion Ruling Impacts Public Health

June 24, 2022
Amita Vyas, director of the GW Maternal and Child Health Center, discusses the consequences of the decision on women’s health.
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Humanitarian Officer Just Back from Ukraine Provides Update

June 24, 2022
Speaking to an Elliott School audience, Corus International Chief Humanitarian Officer Tamara Demuria says the ripple effect of Russia’s invasion is profound.
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Documentary by GW Professor Aims to Educate about Systemic Racism

June 21, 2022
“America’s Truth: Cincinnati” offers history and tools to foster equity for Black communities.
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For LGBTQ+ People Seeking Asylum, the Path Is Fraught with Difficulty

June 09, 2022
GSEHD professor Mina Attia praises asylum-seekers for their resilience.
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Open Doors: Cynthia Patton, J.D. '86

June 01, 2022
Now general counsel at Verily and a regular GW donor, alumna says the impact of aid on her own life reminds her to give back to others.
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Eleven Members of the GW Community Awarded Pulitzer Prizes

May 12, 2022
The deputy director of the Program on Extremism, a Corcoran faculty member and nine alumni from CCAS, Corcoran and SMPA were recognized for excellence in journalism.