It is my sad duty to interrupt the holidays with the news that Trustee Emeritus Robert H. Smith passed away suddenly last night.
For nearly two centuries, The George Washington University has been realizing its namesake’s vision by educating citizen-leaders in the nation’s capital.
All of us at The George Washington University mourn the loss of trustee emeritus and distinguished alumnus Abe Pollin.
President Knapp provides an update on the university and its international reach for the inaugural GW Global Forum in Hong Kong.
President Knapp explains how universities like GW can bring together the policy world and the academic world to make intellectual contributions to today’s environmental challenges for the British Embassy’s 100 Voices 100 Days project.
Good afternoon! On behalf of the Trustees, the Deans, and all my colleagues on the faculty and staff, it's a pleasure to welcome you to the vibrant, engaged community of scholars that is The George Washington University; and to welcome you, at the same time, to the world-wide and life-long community that now connects you with 25,000 current students and some 220,000 alumni around the world.
President Knapp provides an update on the university for the annual Faculty Assembly event.
GW President Steven Knapp discussed his priorities, the role of the alumni community, and his vision for GW in a conversation with moderator Dick Golden.
I would like to inform you of a change in the leadership of the University's Division of Development and Alumni Relations.
As we prepare to welcome students back to campus and look forward to the beginning of the academic year, we are also closely monitoring reports of continued cases of H1N1 influenza across the country and around the world.
The entire George Washington community is deeply saddened by the passing of Dr. Cyrus Katzen, a long-time friend whose family was connected to GW in countless ways.
"You are a distinguished son of Mexico, which is justly proud of your many achievements. You have had a profound effect on your country’s economy, creating countless jobs and developing enterprises that span the spectrum of human endeavors. At the same time, your philanthropic efforts have enriched countless lives."
By now most of you are aware of today's tragic accident on the Metro's Red Line, which occurred during the evening rush hour.
"Today, we honor Lee Myung-Bak, who as President of the Republic of Korea is leading his country to a new future built on educational opportunity, green growth, and a more peaceful and prosperous world."
This is an exciting day for you and the family and friends who have supported you throughout your educational journey. We gather in this majestic setting on the National Mall to celebrate your accomplishments, applaud your hard work and perseverance, and to honor your deep commitment to being an active and engaged citizen of your community, nation, and world.
We all continue to be saddened by the death in January of Laura Treanor, a promising student and a beloved member of our community.
I write today to advise you of the University's activities regarding the outbreak of swine influenza virus infection in Mexico and scattered cities in the U.S.
President Steven Knapp Announces the Retirement of Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs Donald R. Lehman
It is with mixed emotions that I announce today that Donald R. Lehman, Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs, has informed me of his decision to retire from the University, effective December 31, 2010.
The case for the humanities was always hard to make, but now we face an audience that is less patient, more skeptical, and no less ready to score points against perceived elitism than the one we were addressing a year ago. Given that context, what argument should we be making, this year even more urgently than in the past?