September 2, 2008
Visit for daily updates

View this E-mail as a Web page.

GW Welcomes Academically Talented and Diverse Class of 2012

Class of 2012--comprising 2,450 students--includes a record-breaking number of minority group members and a rising percentage of international students. More

Read President Knapp's Remarks

More News and Information

GW School of Business Names R. Edward Freeman Welling Professor

The George Washington University School of Business Ranks 39th Among Top Undergraduate Business Programs in U.S. News & World Report's 2008 Best Colleges Survey

Facing the Challenges of Planet Earth: GW's Environmental Law Program Trains Students to Provide Solutions

Kalb Report Season Opens with "Journalism, Commentary, and the O'Reilly Factor," Sept. 27

GW Virginia Campus Offers Grant Writers Free Resources and Access to National Grant Database

GW Medical Center Students to Participate in Walk in my Shoes Day of Community Service

Renowned HIV Expert Dr. Laura Ann Guay Accepts Dual Appointment with Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation and School of Public Health and Health Services

Changes to Little George Heighten GW's Spirit

Interior Design Program Thrives on Mount Vernon Campus

GW's Politics and Policy Central Features Events, Faculty, and News Surrounding the 2008 Election

Through September 12: Nominate Someone for GW's Service Excellence Awards

September 3: Medical Center Dean Seminar Series: "T cell homeostasis and beyond"

September 3: Swiss Solar Taxi Cruises to The George Washington University on Final City Stop of International Tour: 11 a.m. Presentation; 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. Car on Display

September 5: GW Hosts D.C. Roadshow of "Washington Week with Gwen Ifill and National Journal"

September 8: Russia 2008: Domestic and Foreign Policy Trajectories

September 9: America Between the Wars: From 11/9 to 9/11

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

September 11: The Russia-Georgia Conflict and the U.S.: How Did We Get Here, and What Leverage Does the West Have?

September 12: Symposium: Tailoring Community Benefits Related to Development

September 15: Five Former Secretaries of State Join Bipartisan Roundtable Discussion to Assess U.S. Foreign Policy Challenges Confronting Next Administration--Free Tickets Available Sept. 4

September 16: "Excavating Armageddon: Life on a Dig in Israel" Documentary Film Premier

September 18: Middle East Policy Forum: Shaikh Nasser Mohammad al-Ahmad Al-Sabah, Prime Minister, State of Kuwait

Inclement Weather/Emergency Policy Reminder

Sign Up for ALERT DC: Free service provides notification during an emergency

Campus Advisories

Community Calendar

Research Spotlight


Published by the Office of University Relations. Do you know someone who would like to subscribe? Invite them with our quick subscription form. Best viewed in Colonial Mail and MS Outlook. Netscape 4.x users are advised to view the online version by clicking here.