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The George Washington University Launches Five-Year Plan Addressing Affordability and Cost
The George Washington University and Boston Properties Finalize Ground Lease for Square 54, Former Site of GW Hospital
GW Professor and Researcher's New Laser Spectrometer Provides Instant Analysis
GW's Jacob Burns Law Library Acquires Rare French Law Collection from the Association of the Bar of the City of New York
GW Announces Leadership for the University's Academic Planning and Operations
GW to Implement Campus-Wide Health Safety Initiative
GW's Institute for Politics, Democracy, and the Internet Announces New Director
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
Today, February 11: Poverty and Inequality in the Global Economy Series: Agriculture and Poverty in Sub-Saharan Africa
February 12: GW's School of Media and Public Affairs Hosts Conversation with George Stephanopoulos
February 12: GW's Distinguished Alumni Come Back to Share Experiences with University Community to Discuss "How Do I Become A National Security Policy Adviser"
February 13: Political Violence and the Authoritarian State In Peru: Silencing Civil Society
February 13: Policy Choice: Theory and Evidence from International Trade Agreements
February 13: Modernizing the Magna Carta: Lessons from America, Towards a British Bill of Rights
February 13: GW Medical Center Black History Month Weekly Lecture
February 14: Future of Democracy Initiative: The Challenges of Integrating Islam: Comparative Experiences of Europe and the Middle East
February 14: HIV/AIDS and the Challenges for India
February 14: Reading: Nadeem Aslam and Manil Suri
February 15: Paradise Stolen: The Expulsion of the Chagossians and the Creation of the U.S. Military Base on Diego Garcia
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