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Legendary Civil Rights Leader Julian Bond to Deliver GW's 2008 Commencement Address on the National Mall May 18
Mary Matalin and John Ray join the GW Cheney Cardiovascular Institute Board of Directors
Fifth Annual Educational Symposium for Research and Innovations Promotes Academic Excellence
Department of Health Policy Advances Understanding of Alcohol Problems, Children's Health, Disparities in Hospital Treatment, and Vaccination
GW School of Business Offers One-of-a-Kind M.B.A. Program in Sports Management
Bobby Mitchell, JC Hayward, and Joan Hodges to be Honored at GW Jackie Robinson Society Celebration
Baseball Head Coach Steve Mrowka Earns 100th Win at GW
Students Advocating for Menu Labeling in DC
GW Community Mourns Passing of Trustee Emeritus Philip S. Amsterdam
"Green" Web Site Launched to Promote Awareness about University's Sustainability Initiatives
Through April 5: Participate in RecycleMania
Through April 18: Participate in Colonial Community's Staff/Faculty Photo Contest--"We Are GW"
April 1 and 15: Family Care Resources On-Campus Counseling Days
April 2-6: GW's Department of Theatre and Dance Presents "The Falling Man"
April 2 - May 2: GW's Luther W. Brady Art Gallery to Host Annual Awards Show
April 2: Panelists Analyze the Domestic and Global Impact of Iran's Elections
April 2: The School of Public Health and Health Services Presents: Ethics and Autism
April 3: Health Policy Lecture--"Health Reform: A View from the Hill"
April 3: Chairman of Chicago Climate Exchange Richard L. Sandor to Deliver GW School of Business Robert P. Maxon Lecture
April 4: GW Mount Vernon Campus to Host Annual Women's Leadership Conference--Register Now
April 4: GW Global Humanities Center to Explore Meaning and Function of Fashion
April 4: Faculty Experts Discuss Civilian Casualties in Iraq and Afghanistan
April 5: GW Mount Vernon Campus Life Organizes Mount Vernon to Mount Vernon Bike Tour
April 7: GW to Host Symposium on Biomedical Engineering and Computing
April 7: "Reclaiming Conservatism: How a Great American Political Movement Got Lost--And How It Can Find Its Way Back"
April 7: Poverty and Inequality in the Global Economy Series: Globalization and Income Polarization in Rich Countries
April 8: Legendary Jazz Musician Dave Brubeck to Attend GW Seminar in Celebration of the 2008 Brubeck Festival
April 10: Teaching with Emerging Technologies: Web 2.0 Technologies
April 16: Chill Out: Campus Solutions to Global Warming Broadcast
May 3: GW Cancer Institute Gala
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