August 18, 2008
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A Fatal Mystery Solved with Assistance from GW Forensic Sciences Professor Edward Robinson

Forensic sciences Assistant Professor Edward "Ted" Robinson assisted in identifying a hand found belonging to a passenger who died when Northwest Airlines flight 4422 crashed into Mount Sanford in Alaska 60 years ago. More

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GW's University Police Department Hires Coordinator of Victim Services

GW Law School Professors Earn Book Awards for Research

GW at the 2008 Olympics: Video Blog and Comments

Uninsured and Medicaid Patients More Likely to Receive Preventive Care in Community Health Centers

GW School of Business Students Entice Virginia Tourists to "Find the One You Love"

Research Spotlight: U.S. and China Relations with Africa

GW's School of Business Professor Presents at Sustainability Conference

Medical Center Student Receives American Medical Association Scholarship

August 19: Colonial Community Brown Bag Lunch Series: Discover NuRide and Earn Rewards by Sharing Rides

August 20: Twenty-Seven D.C. Youth Recognized for Working at GW this Summer

August 20: GW-Battleground Poll Results to be Released

August 20: Dive-in Movie: GW's Mount Vernon Campus Presents "Cool Runnings"

August 25: Colonial Community's GW Stitches--Come and Stitch with Friends

August 27: Family Care Resources On-campus Counseling Days

Through September 5: Nominate Someone for GW's Service Excellence Awards

September 10 Through 27: GW's Luther W. Brady Art Gallery to Host Collection of Rare 19th-Century Political Campaign Flags

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