Public health researchers will need to provide more information about their personal and financial relationships outside of their work at GW once the University completes revisions to its conflict of interest policy likely by the start of next year.
October 27, 2014
Volume 111, Issue 15
Stories from the October 27, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Tuesday, Oct. 28 The Annual Southby Lecture in Global Health Policy Join Dr. Armin Fidler, the World Bank’s lead adviser of health policy, in a discussion about the challenges of health systems worldwide. 11:30 a.m. Milken Institute School of Public Health Room 700A Cook Out for Halloween Safety Learn about how to stay safe on […]
When officials unveil the University’s biggest academic investment in its history this spring – the $275 million Science and Engineering Hall – faculty leaders won’t know how much money GW still needs to raise.
The Center for Student Engagement couldn’t give out small sums of money to student groups last week, after it took the University days to replenish an exhausted petty cash fund.
A GW student is hoping to raise $5,000 online to repay off her debt to GW and re-enroll in the Graduate School of Political Management.
Horn ranks first in the conference for keepers who have played at least nine games, leading the league in goals against average and save percentage. She’s allowed 10 goals in 14 games through 1,224 minutes of play.
The business school is considering launching its third international master’s degree program at Renmin University in China.
Standing out from the typical burger and crab cake fare of the Georgetown Waterfront, Mama Rouge offers an unexpected fusion of South Asian and French flavors, pairing bahn mi with croissants and curry with a baguette.
She brings me first to the entryway of French political cartoonist Honoré Daumier’s gallery space, where a cast of Roig’s dentist slouches behind a metal bar – pale belly distended, wrinkled pants unbuttoned – one hand held frozen in the shape of a gun behind his lower back.
Women’s soccer is in the middle of a breakthrough year, mounting a 10-win campaign so far this season with two regular season games left to play.