October 27, 2008
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Business and Academic Experts Demystify the Implications of the Current Financial Crisis on the World Economy, Oct. 27

The panel includes experts from U.S. and international financial institutions, the public and private sectors, and academia. More

GW Honors Excellence in Service

The two week-long series of activities and events are designed to foster the spirit of world-class service across the institution. More

More News and Information

GW School of Business Named One of Princeton Review's "Best 296 Business Schools"

Research Spotlight: "Voter-Verifiable" System Ensures Accuracy and Privacy

Research Spotlight: Sacred Gifts, Profane Pleasures: A History of Tobacco and Chocolate in the Atlantic World

GW's Dr. Nancy Gaba Receives Courage to Teach Award

Oct. 23 Battleground Tracking Poll Results Released

Student's Zebrafish Work Gets National Recognition

Protecting the Collective Voice of Songwriters, Composers, and Music Publishers is Even More Essential in Economically Difficult Times Say Panelists at GW Law Event

Geography Professor Awarded Dissertation Honor

All Aboard! Business School Students Trade the Classroom for the Rails

Dr. Akukwe Named Executive Chairman of African Union Africa Diaspora Health Initiative

75 Percent of Community Health Centers Report that Patients Experience Barriers to Care as a Result of Citizenship Documentation Requirements

GW's Homeland Security Policy Institute Presidential Transition Task Force Hosts Forum "A National Approach to Prevention, Preparedness, and Response: Shaping Expectations, Enhancing Capabilities"

Saturdays and Sundays Through November 23: Kiev Film Series: The Jews of Eastern Europe, 1895-1945

Today, October 27: Sick and Broke: A Conversation About Health Care with Elizabeth Edwards

October 28: Lisner Auditorium Performance: Edgar Meyer & Chris Thile

October 28: Security Policy Forum: China: Political and Security Challenges for the Next Administration

October 28: Panel: Disability Awareness Month

October 29 - November 2: GW's Department of Theatre and Dance Presents Hedda Gabler

October 30: U.S. Foreign Policy Expert William Quandt Discusses Middle East Challenges Facing the Next U.S. President

October 30: GW Faculty Authors Hold Signing Reception at Gelman Library

October 30: Discussion: Middle East Challenges Facing the Next Administration

October 30: Lecture: "The Jewish Origins of the Israeli Army"

October 31: Colonial Community: Coffee & Conversation

November 2: Watch Ne Touchez Pas La Hache at GW's Mount Vernon Campus's Cinema Francais

November 4: GW College Republicans and College Democrats Host Election Night Parties

November 4: GW International Students to Vote in Mock Election and Test "Voter-Verifiable" Voting System

November 5: New York Times Business Reporter Diana Henriques Addresses News Coverage of the Financial Crisis

November 6: Colonial Community Brown Bag Lunch Series--"From Customer Service to Community Service"

November 6: "America in Transition: Foreign Policy Advice for the New President"

November 7: GW Invites High School Students to Compete in "Colonial Math Challenge" for Prizes and $80,000 in Scholarships

November 11: "What Do We Do Now?" - Discussion Series will Explore the Transition Challenges of the United States President-Elect

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