June 16, 2008
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Comedian Robin Williams to Headline Seventh Annual GW Colonials Weekend

Williams will perform at GW's Charles E. Smith Center on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 17-18, 2008, at 9:30 p.m. More

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GW's Presidential Task Force on Sustainability Report and Recommendations

New Center for Integrated Behavioral Health Policy Chartered; Will Focus on Policies to Increase Treatment of Mental Illness and Addiction

Noel Salinger Named Associate Vice President of Development at GW's Medical Center

Women's Basketball Coach Joe McKeown Resigns to Accept Head Coaching Position at Northwestern

PODCAST: Politics From The Nation's Capital--Political Communications

Through July 3: GW's Luther W. Brady Art Gallery Presents "Hail to the Buff and Blue: Selections from the Permanent Collection"

June 16 and 17: Neuroscience Seminar Explores the Brain's Connection to Leadership

June 17: Former Holocaust Museum Director and GW Professor Walter Reich to Chair Panel on Scandinavian Countries and the Holocaust

June 17: Panel: Enhancing State and Local Roles in Food Safety

June 18: Leading Legal Scholar Questions Radical Measures to "Streamline" Music Licensing on the Internet at GW Law Symposium

June 18: Forum: Global Climate Change: What Will it Take to Predict and Protect?

June 20: Politics & Prose to Host Stephen Joel Trachtenberg for Signing of His New Book "Big Man on Campus: A University President Speaks Out on Higher Education"

June 24: GW's Gelman Library Celebrates Gay Pride Month

June 24: Fighting Corruption in India: An Insider Account of Government Responses

June 26: The Winds of Change in Taiwan: An Early Assessment of the Ma Government's Policy Directions

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