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GW Plays Role in Launching Campaign Advocating for University Sponsorship of Refugee Students

December 03, 2021
Elliott School organization and CCAS, SEAS students lend voices in effort to make higher education more accessible for refugees.
John "Mick" Nicholson and John "Jack" Ohlweiler

Military Experts Discuss Commanding during Conflict

November 19, 2021
Former colleagues visit GW Law for a talk about tackling sexual assault, lethal force and other issues.
Angela Davis discussed her career as an activist and educator and what she admires about the new revolutionary generation.

GW Holds 7th Annual Diversity Summit

November 15, 2021
Civil rights activist Angela Davis keynoted the two-day series of seminars, workshops and other consciousness-building sessions.
Chava Shane

What Is Lost when Working Remotely? What Is Gained?

November 15, 2021
GW’s Mayberg Center hosted a talk on the changing nature of work in its Leadership Lunch series.
A panel of GW alumni and GSPM Fellows discusses bipartisanship.

How Can We Renew Bipartisanship?

November 08, 2021
A GW panel discussed an urgent political need and recognized alumni from the Graduate School of Political Management
Huma Abedin event

Huma Abedin: Attending GW Was A ‘Formative Part of My Life’

November 04, 2021
The longtime adviser to Hillary Clinton spoke at GW about her new memoir and the White House internship that launched her career in politics.
George Talks Business with Dean Dayna Bowen Matthew

GW Law Dean Dayna Bowen Matthew: Civility Is about Connectedness, Not Strength

November 04, 2021
George Talks Business guest lecturer tells audience that diverse backgrounds, ideas and voices are all needed to bridge divides.
Andrew Mayock

Inside the Biden Administration: GW Alumni in Sustainability, Energy and Environmental Science

November 02, 2021
Alumni like Andrew Mayock, J.D. ’95, and Sonal Larsen, B.S. ’05, work to make the federal government an effective agent against the existential threat of climate change.
Casey Burgat (top left) and panelists Matthew Pezzella (top right), Debbie Mucarsel-Powell and Mike Bishop discussed the tension

GW Panel Walks the Line between Campaigning and Governing

October 27, 2021
Preoccupation with reelection and raising campaign funds makes it harder for legislators to govern, a bipartisan panel agrees.
Ted Osius speaks at Elliott School of International Affairs

Retired Vietnam Ambassador Ted Osius: Diplomacy Is about Building Trust and Taking Risks

October 27, 2021
Amb. Osius, appointed by President Barack Obama in 2014, spoke to an Elliott School crowd on United States-Vietnam relations following wartime.
Women in Cybersecurity

More Women Are Needed on the Cybersecurity Front

October 25, 2021
The GW College of Professional Studies hosted a career event for women interested in a field with thousands of job openings.
Sam Goldman

Learning to Live with Nationalism?

October 19, 2021
In his new book, political science professor Samuel Goldman argues that America works best when we accept our nationalistic divide.
Latino voices

Changing the Focus of News Media Stories about Latinos

October 18, 2021
During Hispanic Heritage Celebration, GW School of Media and Public Affairs and the Cisneros Institute hosted a panel on diversifying media representation of Latinos.
Jan. 6 journalist event

National Press Members Pull Back Curtains To Their Coverage of Jan. 6 Aftermath

October 12, 2021
Panel tells Program on Extremism audience that continued coverage of Capitol siege offers glimpse into how the United States got to such a contentious moment.
Paul Farber. (Courtesy Monument Lab)

Why Do Monuments Matter?

October 11, 2021
Paul Farber, William Wilson Corcoran Visiting Professor of Community Engagement at the Corcoran, studies what we do and don’t build statues about.