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Sustainable Urban Planning Program Celebrates 10 year Anniversary

March 10, 2021
In celebration of our alumni community of change agents, we have launched an anniversary website commemorating 10 years of program excellence.
Fjolle Caka

SUP Alumna Selected as 2021 Climate Ambassador

March 09, 2021
Congratulations to Fjollë Caka ‘18, a Sustainable Urban Planning (SUP) alumna in GW’s College of Professional Studies, on her selection as a 2021 Climate Ambassador of the Global Youth Climate Network (GYCN). She will raise awareness about climate change as part of an initiative of young professionals in her home country of Kosovo.
Stephanie Schriock

Celebrating 200 Years: GSPM MasterClass with President of EMILY's List

March 09, 2021

In celebration of the George Washington University's bicentennial, the Graduate School of Political Management (GSPM) welcomed 

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GenderPro Credential Now Available

March 08, 2021
The GenderPro Credential is a free, online credential exam offered to gender and international development professionals from around the world. The GenderPro Credential seeks to build a global network of gender and development professionals through the establishment of field-wide competencies and standards in the field of gender and international development.
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GW Digital Health Summit: Free for GW Affiliates

March 08, 2021
GW is hosting its inaugural Digital Health Summit focused on the rapid acceleration of digital technologies in healthcare and the implications for healthcare and academic environments alike.
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CPS Students Selected as 2021 NVC Semifinalists

March 08, 2021
Congratulations to two CPS students for their teams making it to the semifinalist round in the 2021 GW New Venture Competition (NVC). These teams made it through the most competitive field to date.
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GW Publishing Students Awarded ACES Scholarships

March 06, 2021
ACES: The Society for Editing announced that Lori Sosa, a student in Cohort 16 of the MPS in Publishing program at the George Washington University is the top winner in their annual scholarship competition.
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Celebrating GW's Bicentennial

February 09, 2021
The George Washington University’s bicentennial is an incredible, historic milestone. February 9, 2021 is officially the 200th anniversary of when the United States Congress established our university’s charter in 1821.
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GW Offers Free Virtual Spring Group Fitness Classes

January 17, 2021
Join GW Campus Recreation on ZOOM for daily group fitness classes. Classes are free this spring and open to all GW students, faculty and staff! This schedule runs from January 11-May 2, with a variety of cardio/strength classes and mind/body classes.
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Reflecting on 2020: Message from the Dean

December 16, 2020
As 2020 draws to a close, I want to take a moment to reflect on our challenges and successes in 2020, a year like no other.
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GSPM Alumni Shine during Election Season

December 15, 2020

Congratulations to six of our Graduate School of Political Management (GSPM) alumni for being re-elected this past November!

Suzanne Farrand

Getting to Know Suzanne Farrand: Assistant Dean of Students

December 14, 2020

Congratulations to Suzanne Farrand on her new role as assistant dean of students for CPS.

Melanie Jonas

Melanie Jonas, CPA, Promoted to Finance Director for CPS

December 14, 2020
Congratulations to Melanie Jonas, the new Finance Director for CPS, effective December 1. As finance director, she will play a critical role in the operation of the college as part of the senior management team.
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AT&T CIPP Director Elizabeth Rule Named MIT Solve Indigenous Communities Fellow

December 12, 2020
Congratulations! Dr. Elizabeth Rule, Director of our AT&T Center for Indigenous Politics & Policy (AT&T CIPP), is one of eight fellows recognized by MIT Solve for building innovative projects that blend technology with traditional knowledge. She will receive $10,000 to further develop the Guide to Indigenous D.C. mobile app and expand the project to additional regions.
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GW Ethics in Publishing Conference Draws Large Virtual Crowd

December 12, 2020
Despite the challenges of the pandemic, John W. Warren, director of our master’s in publishing program, successfully held the 10th Annual Ethics in Publishing Conference for hundreds of participants. The virtual program included 11 sessions and 22 speakers, with topics such as equity, inclusion, diversity, accessibility, sustainability, peer review and other issues of ethics in publishing. Videos available.