$5M Gift Enhances Career Services
May19

$5M Gift Enhances Career Services

Career services at the George Washington University are getting a major boost thanks to a gift from BOT member Mark R. Shenkman, MBA ’67, and his wife, Rosalind.

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HIV Researcher Installed as Walter G. Ross Professor of Basic Science Research
May15

HIV Researcher Installed as Walter G. Ross Professor of Basic Science Research

Renowned HIV/AIDS researcher and educator Douglas F. Nixon, MD, PhD, was installed as the Walter G. Ross Professor of Basic Science Research at the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences (SMHS) in March. Dr. Nixon has led research teams around the world in an effort to develop a cure for HIV/AIDS, and his work has been recognized by numerous research organizations, including the National Institutes of...

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GW Colonials on the March
May14

GW Colonials on the March

Hundreds of GW alumni, donors, student, and friends stormed Brooklyn, NY, to cheer on the GW Men’s Basketball team in the 2014 Atlantic-10 Tournament. With dominant team play on the court and the support of their fans, the Colonials surged to the tournament semifinals and earned a bid to the 2014 NCAA Tournament. Although the season is over, Colonials fans can continue to support GW Basketball and its 22 other sports with gifts...

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Grant to Fund Archives Project
May13

Grant to Fund Archives Project

The GW Libraries Special Collections Research Center and GW’s Africana Studies Program have been awarded a $495,900 grant from the Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) through its Cataloging Hidden Special Collections and Archives program. The 33-month grant will fund the DC Africana Archives Project (DCAAP), a collaborative initiative between GW and the District of Columbia Archives, Howard University’s...

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$2.5 M Gift to Fund Inaugural Director of Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorders Initiative
May10

$2.5 M Gift to Fund Inaugural Director of Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorders Initiative

With a gift from the Nelson A. and Michele Carbonell Family Foundation, the university will recruit a leader with a cross-disciplinary perspective in the field.

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