November 24, 2008
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GW Establishes New Institute for Nanotechnology

The institute will draw on the expertise of the University's faculty members and study nanotechnology, a field at the intersection of science and engineering. More

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GW Students Adopt "Conserve Energy" as New Mantra

GW Medical Faculty Associates Eliminates Paperwork and Wins "Green" Award

Dr. Alan Greenberg Named Public Health Hero by Research!America

Museum Studies Professor Receives Coffey Award

GW's School of Business Ranks Among the Best "B Schools" in New 2008 BusinessWeek Report

International Businessman Mustafa Koc Named the Robert P. Maxon Lecturer at GW's School of Business

Alumna Named Finalist for CNN Hero of the Year

Campus Advisories Web Site Gets New Look

GW Students Write for Congressional Quarterly Blog

Sophomore Researches GW's Role in Vietnam for Award-Winning Paper

Medical Center Acquires New Laser Scanning Microscope

Homeland Security Policy Institute co-hosts symposium on "Homeland Defense and Security for the Next Administration"

Participate in GW's Holiday Blood Drive

Through December 19: GW's Luther W. Brady Art Gallery Presents "The Academic Tradition: Teaching and Practice"

Through April 2009: "Hebrew Printing in Ukraine" on Display at Gelman Library's I. Edward Kiev Collection

December 1: "What Do We Do Now?" - Advice for President-Elect Obama on White House Media Relations

December 2: The Financial Crisis in Historical Perspective and Prospects for Reform

December 4: Elliott School Book Party

December 4: Tobacco Harm Reduction and the Future of Tobacco-Produced Disease

SAVE THE DATE--December 16: GW Faculty/Staff Holiday Party

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