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GW Completes Presidential Task Force Review of Campus Safety and Security
CNN Chief International Correspondent Christiane Amanpour Discusses "Covering the World" on "The Kalb Report," March 10
Four GW School of Business Faculty Named Dean's Research Scholars
Presidential Task Force on Sustainability Hosts Listening Forum
GW Graduate Students Expand Research Opportunities with ARCS Scholarships
Religious Discrimination and Prisoners' Rights; Examining the Threat of Radicalization in US Prisons
The Elliott School of International Affairs and Columbian College of Arts and Science Launch New M.A. in Global Communication
The Joint Committee of Faculty and Students Seeks Nominations for the 32nd Annual George Washington Award
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Through March 1: Black Heritage Celebration 2008--"E Pluribus Unum: Out of Many One"
Through March 14: GW's Art Gallery to Host Works from Demuth Museum
February 20: GW to Host Forum on the Rising Costs of Higher Education
February 20-24: GW's Department of Theatre and Dance Present "The Love of the Nightingale"
February 20: GW Medical Center Black History Month Weekly Lecture
February 20: The Greatest Gift: The Courageous Life and Martyrdom of Sister Dorothy Stang
February 20: Security Policy Forum: Assessing Progress in the War on Terror
February 20: Poverty and Inequality in the Global Economy Series: What is Global Inequality and Why it Matters
February 21: Public Hearing of the U.S. Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy
February 22: GW Community Celebrates George Washington's 276th Birthday
February 22: GW Virginia Campus Hosts Second Annual Science, Technology, and Engineering Day for High School Students
February 25: Fiction and Survival: Imagination, Migration and Diaspora, featuring Nadeem Aslam, H.G. Carrillo and Joanne Leedom-Ackerman
February 25: Controversies in Reducing Undernutrition--A Debate on the Lancet Series on Maternal and Child Undernutrition
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