September 15, 2008
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Five Former Secretaries of State Join GW's Frank Sesno for a Bipartisan Roundtable Discussion to Assess U.S. Foreign Policy Challenges Confronting Next Administration, Sept. 15

Madeleine K. Albright; James A. Baker, III; Warren Christopher; Henry A. Kissinger; and Colin L. Powell Join Forum at GW on "The Next President: A World of Challenges" More

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Medical Center Faculty and Staff Members Honored by GW University Police Department For Heroic Actions that Saved a Man's Life

GW Eco Fair and President Knapp featured on NBC 4, Sept. 9, 2008

Professor Helps Create Dance Program in Peru

Ph.D. Students to Present at Historians Conference

Microbiology Researchers Named "Rising Stars"

School of Public Health and Health Services Professor Dr. James Paulson Assumes Policy and Advocacy Role at Children's National Medical Center

New Dining Options and Services Greet GW Students for Fall 2008

Library Receives Archaeology, Classics Collection

School of Business Master of Science in Project Management Program Shines at International Research Conference

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

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

September 16: GW-Battleground Tracking Poll Results to be Released Via Telepress Conference

September 17: GW Celebrates Constitution Day on its Mount Vernon Campus

September 17: GW's Fourth Annual Safety Expo to Provide Safety and Emergency Preparedness Information to University Community

September 17: Colonial Community Quarterly Book Swap

September 22: Join GW Stitches on the Foggy Bottom Campus

September 24: Colonial Community Free Lunchtime Bowling

September 25: Family Care Resources On-Campus Counseling Days

September 26: Google Bus Arrives at GW--Visit to Learn More About Google Apps

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