NEA Awards

Diverse Group of Folk Artists Perform at Lisner

September 30, 2013

Sacred Harp singing, traditional gypsy music, and Native American storytelling were part of a diverse group of folk and traditional art forms that were performed Friday night.


How Might a Government Shutdown Affect the University?

September 29, 2013

Unless lawmakers reach a spending deal by Tuesday, the federal government will shut down for the first time since the shutdown of 1995 and 1996.


More Than $13 Million Awarded to University Researchers

September 25, 2013

In the past month, more than $13 million from federal agencies has been awarded to George Washington University faculty members to fund eight research projects.

Elizabeth Smart

Lisner Announces Politics & Prose Partnership

September 23, 2013

The George Washington University’s Lisner Auditorium announced it will add the “Newsmaker Series” to its 2013-14 season.

Safety Expo

Thousands Flock to Ninth Annual Safety Expo

September 20, 2013

More than 2,000 participants extinguished fires, built emergency preparedness kits, defended themselves against “attackers” and learned how to prepare for emergencies.

Darrell Darnell

After Navy Yard Shootings, Emphasizing Campus Safety

September 18, 2013

In the wake of Monday’s deadly mass shooting just miles away from campus, George Washington Today spoke with Darrell Darnell, senior associate vice president for safety and security.

Navy Memorial

University Mourns Loss of Two Community Members

September 18, 2013

Alumnus Gerald “Jer” Read, M.A. ’90, and Vishnu “Kisan” B. Pandit, parent of two alumni, were among the 12 people killed at Navy Yard.

GW Up Start

University Launches GWupstart: Social Innovation Lab + Prize

September 18, 2013

The George Washington University announced the launch of GWupstart: Social Innovation Lab +Prize.


Safety-Net Patients Receive Comparable Care

September 11, 2013

A new study by researchers at the George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services (SPHHS) challenges claims that patients who rely on safety-net health care systems receive substandard care.


GW Freshmen Serve the D.C. Community

September 09, 2013

Replacing landscaping, building picnic tables and painting 18,000 square feet of walls at the D.C. Fire and EMS Training Academy was just one of 40 service projects conducted Saturday.