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Liz McCartney will receive $100,000 to continue her work rebuilding New Orleans and assisting Hurricane Katrina survivors. She was formally recognized for her efforts during a CNN telecast on Nov. 27. More
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Geography Professor and Student Win Best Article Award from The National Council of Geographic Education
Unraveled Mystery of Gene Expressions May Yield New Treatments and Drug Discoveries
GW School of Engineering and Applied Science Professor Michael Plesniak Elected a Fellow of the American Physical Society
Research Centers at GW's Virginia Campus Work to Increase Roadway Safety
GW's School of Business Conference Ties Ethical Commerce to Peace
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: Renowned Economist and Scholar Barry Eichengreen Outlines Historical Perspectives on the Financial Crisis
December 4: Elliott School Book Party
December 8: Jeff Madrick's "The Case for Big Government" Topic of Discussion with Leading Experts
December 9: GW's School of Public Health and Health Services "Public Health Leadership" Grand Rounds Lecture
SAVE THE DATE--December 16: GW Faculty/Staff Holiday Party
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