June 30, 2008
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Record Number of GW Students Win Prestigious Boren Scholarships

Seven Students to Study Underrepresented Languages and Cultures Abroad with National Security Education Program Scholarships More

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Neglected Tropical Diseases Affect the Nation's Poorest People Reports GW's Dr. Peter J. Hotez

GW Law School Becomes the First to Join the American Bar Association-Environmental Protection Agency "Law Office Climate Challenge"

GW Provides Enhanced E-mail Service for Students and Alumni with Google Apps for Edu

Faculty Books Hit the Shelves in Time for Summer

Chris Kojm Named Director of GW Elliott School's Master of International Policy and Practice Program

Medical Student Named Howard Hughes Medical Institute--National Institutes of Health Research Scholar

Mike Bozeman Named GW Women's Basketball Coach

American Society for Microbiology Honors Dr. Steven Rosenberg

GW Engineers Determine Corrugated Wings Give Dragonflies a Lift

Electronic Classrooms in Gelman Library Earn Rave Reviews

GW Employee Competes for the "Dough" in National Cooking Contest

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

June 30: GW's Documentary Center Presents "A Night of Short Films"

July 1: Homeland Security Policy Institute Discussion focusing on "Policy Challenges in Engaging with Muslim Communities at Home and Abroad"

July 2: Book Discussion: "The Lives of Sri Aurobindo: Philosophy and the Road to Indian Independence," by Peter Heehs

July 9: Get Fit--Virginia Campus Colonial Community Brown Bag Lunch Lecture

July 16-August 20: GW Mount Vernon Campus Presents "Films on the Vern" Wednesday Evenings

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