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Dr. Peter Hotez, GW Faculty Member, Co-Authors Study Revealing Nearly 7 Million Pregnant Women in Sub-Saharan Africa are Infected with Hookworms
GW Hippo is Alive and Well
GW School of Business Revolutionizes its M.B.A. Programs with a Curriculum Focus on Ethical Leadership in the Global Marketplace
Ernest B. Iseminger Named GW Senior Associate Vice President for Development
GW Names Pulitzer Prize-Winning Author as First Wang Visiting Professor in Contemporary English Literature
GW Hospital First to Acquire Second da Vinci Robot
Battleground Tracking Poll Results Released
GW's School of Public Health and Health Services Hosted McCain, Obama Advisors who Discussed Health Policy
Experiencing Education: Mexico 2008
Through September 27: GW's Luther W. Brady Art Gallery Hosts Collection of Rare 19th-Century Political Campaign Flags
Through October 6: High School Students Can Register for the Colonial Math Challenge and Compete for $80,000 in Scholarships
September 23: Security Policy Forum:
The Middle East: For the Next Administration
September 24: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Dr. Julie Gerberding to Present on "Solving the Health Shortage Crisis"
September 24: Bloggers Discuss How the "Fifth Estate" Influences the Political Process
September 24: Nora Lustig to Discuss the Rising Cost of Food at Annual Shapiro Lecture
September 24: Colonial Community Free Lunchtime Bowling
September 25: U.S. Deputy Secretary of State John D. Negroponte to Discuss Iraq and U.S. Policies at GW's Middle East Policy Forum
September 25: Family Care Resources On-Campus Counseling Days
September 26: Google Bus Arrives at GW--Visit to Learn More About Google Apps
September 27: 2008-2009 Kalb Report Season Opens with "Journalism, Commentary, and the O'Reilly Factor"
October 6: Symposium on Urban Sustainability:
How Washington Can Lead
October 6: Cartoonists Join for "Happy Accidents," A Discussion of Contemporary Themes and Issues in Graphic Novels at GW's Gelman Library
October 7: Stephen Joel Trachtenberg Discusses His Career in Higher Education with Radio Host Mimi Geerges
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