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GW Briefing to Examine Outlook for Russia-China Relations, Findings of New Report from National Bureau of Asian Research
Faculty at GW will present initial findings from a new study on the relationship between Russia and China and join experts in discussing the future of the two nations’ interactions.
Jay Pharoah, the actor and comedian best known for his “Saturday Night Live” celebrity impressions, will perform at GW's Lisner Auditorium on May 5.
Prize Patrol Travels Across D.C. to Fulfill High School Seniors’ Dreams with Full-Ride Scholarships to the George Washington University
The George Washington University President Steven Knapp will hand-deliver acceptance letters and full-ride scholarships to ten academically talented students on March 22.
The George Washington University Graduate School of Education and Human Development will host a panel of Washington, D.C., experts discussing the current refugee crisis in Europe, legal and illegal migration in the U.S. and factors critical to the experience of displacement and integration.
Top Security, Government and Tech Industry Officials to Convene at GW to Discuss Combatting Online Radicalization and Extremism
The George Washington University Program on Extremism will host a two-day symposium that brings together international leaders in government, national security and the technology industry to address the growing challenge of combatting online radicalization and extremism.
In a follow-up to his sold-out D.C. show at U Street Music Hall in January, rising hip hop sensation and Virginia’s own D.R.A.M. returns to Washington to serve up his funky, feel-good party jams, including “Broccoli,” “Cha Cha” and “Cute.”