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Moniker Madness

GW Narrows Moniker Options Down to Four

The university also launches its next round of community engagement.

GW congressional breakfast

Congressional Alumni Get Firsthand Briefing on GW’s Innovative Research

At a Capitol Hill breakfast, GW leadership updated alumni elected to Congress on research at the university and explored ways to expand their working relationships.

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Cybersecurity Forum Brings Policy and Business Thought Leaders to GW

April 25 event to address issues related to cybersecurity and its profound implications for national security and global business, markets and regulation.

D.C. High School Seniors Surprised with Full-Ride Scholarships to GW

Students receive four-year Trachtenberg Scholarships erasing families’ financial worries, paving the way for a GW education.


LaQuandra S. Nesbitt Is the Inaugural Bicentennial Endowed Professor of Medicine and Health Sciences

The former director of DC Health will lead the GW SMHS Center for Population Health Sciences and Health Equity.

Panelists presented survey results

Diversity Program Review Climate Survey Findings Suggest Paths Forward

Students, faculty and staff reported strong sense of belonging and culture of mutual support at GW, according to findings released at community forums this week.

Moniker Madness

Wave High—GW Community Participates in Moniker Engagement Activity at Men’s Basketball Game

Fans selected pennants with their preferred moniker option, demonstrating the spirit of moniker madness at various points through Saturday’s game.


Diversity Program Review Climate Survey Identifies GW’s Strengths, Opportunities

The university will share results from the survey on Tuesday and Wednesday at community forums.

Tax forms on a table.

Students from GW Business and GW Law Offer Free Tax Return Help

Certified volunteers will prepare tax returns until April 17 on a first-come, first-served basis.

Tax forms on a table.

Why Do I Owe Taxes This Year?

Ending some deductions and credits created during the pandemic could mean smaller tax refunds or higher tax owed.

Moniker Madness

Moniker Madness Hits the Smith Center on Saturday

Fans attending the GW men’s basketball game against VCU will be able to pick up a pennant displaying their preferred moniker option of the 10 being considered.

Todd Barnette

Anacostia Native Finds Belonging then Pressure of Being a ‘First’

Toddrick Barnette, B.A. ’88 is the first person of color to be elected to chief judge on a Minnesota state court, prioritizes diversity and inclusion within the justice system.

Duques Hall

GW Business Shines in Latest Financial Times Global M.B.A. Rankings

School is recognized for overall performance, value and inclusivity efforts.

8th Annual Diversity Summit

8th Annual Diversity Summit Taking Place March 1-3

This year's theme is "Toward a More Perfect Union: With Liberty, Justice & Civility for All."

Student Speaker Competition 2023

2023 Commencement Student Speaker Competition Deadline Extended

Graduating students can enter the competition to address the GW community on May 21 on the National Mall.


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