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Today: U.S. President's Council on Physical Fitness Challenge begins. Read information for faculty and staff.
January 15: Elliott School Hosts Discussion of Historical Perspectives on Sectarian Division of Iraq
January 15-22: Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration Events
January 16-March 14: GW's Art Gallery to Host Works from Demuth Museum
January 17: Join Your Colleagues at the Faculty and Staff Campaign Launch Party
January 17: Presidential Task Force on Sustainability to Hold Open Forum for University Community
January 17: The Role of the Media in a Polarized Society
January 18: For YOUR Health Lecture Series: Massage Therapy
January 22: Perspectives on the EU Presidency
January 25: Unveiled: How an American Woman Found Her Way Through Politics, Love, and Obedience in the Middle East
January 25: Curveball: Spies, Lies, and the Con Man Who Caused a War
January 28: Israel's Laws on Return and Citizenship: A Reappraisal
Stephen Joel Trachtenberg Receives Award for Outstanding Service from the Council of Independent Colleges
GW's College of Professional Studies Dean Roger Whitaker to Return to Faculty Position August 2008
Science Olympiad Invitational Tournament Seeks Volunteers
GW and the Arthur S. Flemming Awards Commission Announce Application Deadline Extended Until Feb. 1, 2008
Free Depression Screenings Offered Weekly to GW Community
GW United Way Campaign 2007
GW Presidential Inauguration:
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Statement Regarding the Ratification of the SEIU Local 500 Contract for Part-Time Faculty at The George Washington University
Academic Excellence: Sustaining Momentum, Maximizing Strength--GW's 2007 Self Study
GW Announces New Emergency Communications System
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