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GW Graduate Student Designs White House Web Interface
"Peace Through Commerce" Conference at GW's School of Business Expands Multi-Sector Collaboration
GW Experts Explore What's Happening in the Middle East
Bozeman Jumps Right In as GW's New Women's Basketball Coach (Washington Post)
James Howard Named Assistant Vice President for Development for GW School of Engineering and Applied Science
GW Department of Environmental and Occupational Health Receives $50,000 Grant from Environmental Protection Agency to Support the Healthy Asthma Homes Project
GW's Homeland Security Policy Institute Hosts the Ambassadors Roundtable Series: "Moving Forward? An Appraisal of United Nations Counterterrorism Efforts"
Photo Gallery: Veterans Day at GW
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Through November 20: The George Washington University Celebrates International Education Week
Through November 22: GW Hosts Series of Events for 2008 National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week
Through November 23: Documentary and Dramatic Film Series "The Jews of Eastern Europe, 1895 - 1945"
Through December 19: GW's Luther W. Brady Art Gallery Presents "The Academic Tradition: Teaching and Practice"
November 18: Family Care Resources On-Campus Counseling Days
November 18: GW Hosts Symposium to Explore Torture
November 18: GW Writing Program Sponsors the Documentary "Garden Cycles Bike Tour Presents:
the New Farm"
November 18: Commonwealth Fund President Karen Davis to Address Status and Priorities for Women's Health Policy
November 19: Light Bulb Exchange
November 20: GW Faculty Authors Peter Hotez, Dennis Johnson, Christopher H. Sterling, and Michael J. Worth Hold Signing Reception at Gelman Library
November 20: Health Care Reform in the New Administration: What to Expect in 2009
November 21: Colonial Community Book Club: "Enchantress of Florence"
SAVE THE DATE--December 16: GW Faculty/Staff Holiday Party
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