Geoffrey Middleberg

CCAS, SEAS launch Institute for Nanotechnology

A recently launched Institute for Nanotechnology at GW will investigate a developing science that studies objects 1/100,000th the size of a strand of hair. In a partnership between the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences and the School of Engineering and Applied Science, the Institute for Nanotechnology will research atoms at the nano level and […]

Surgeon general returns to GW

Kenneth P. Moritsugu, former acting surgeon general of the United States, credited the GW Department of Preventive Medicine and the diverse D.C. community for his rise to the top public health job in America at a talk on campus Thursday. Moritsugu spoke to GW students at the Alumni House as part of the “How do […]

Students face voting problems

Receiving and mailing absentee ballots this election has become a frustrating process for several students as they navigate through confusing rules with little help from a student group that assisted in the past. GW Votes, which previously helped students register to vote and obtain absentee ballots, has all but disappeared from campus this year. “We […]

Close Congressional Races

Everyone’s eyes are on the presidential election, but the House of Representatives and the Senate will also have their fair share of drama on Nov. 4. Here are some races to watch out for on Election Day. House of Representatives Rep. Marilyn Musgrave, R-Colo. Musgrave represents Colorado’s 4th District and is finishing up her third […]

Lott brings his politics to GW

Former Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott addressed the GW College Republicans Monday night, hitting on such issues as the upcoming election, energy policy and life in the Senate. Lott, who represented the state of Mississippi for 35 years in both the House of Representatives and the Senate, resigned from his seat last December. He is […]

University donors attend President’s Ball

Web Extra The University pulled out all the stops for its most generous donors at the second annual President’s Ball held at the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery Wednesday night. The Ball attracted about 300 donors, all of whom donated at least $1,000 to the University in the past year. School of Media and Public Affairs […]