June 23, 2008
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The George Washington University Receives $1 Million to Enhance English Literature Program and Taiwan Resource Center

Gift Will Make Taiwan Library Collection Permanent, Support Series of Lectures by Prominent English Literature Authors and Scholars, and Provide for Visiting Professorship in Contemporary English Literature More

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GW Creates Global Media Institute

GW Creates Division of External Relations and Global Media Institute and Announces Promotions

GW Board of Trustees Elects Three New Members

Study: Medicare Competitive Bidding Program Could Impede Seniors’ Access to Diabetes Testing Supplies

Physician Adoption of Electronic Health Records Still Extremely Low, Survey Finds

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

University Counseling Center Provides Round-the-Clock Support

Going Green Yard By Yard: Featuring GW's Landscape Design Professor

All in the Family: Siblings Calling Themselves Colonials

Visit the Presidential Task Force on Sustainability Web Site to Read Sustainability Report and View Green GW House Photo Tour

PODCAST: Politics From The Nation's Capital--Robert Schlesinger, Author of White House Ghosts: Presidents and Their Speechwriters

Follow the progress of Square 54 on GW's Neighborhood Web Site

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

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

June 26: Impact of Early Election Projections on Voter Turnout

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