Vice President for Research Leo Chalupa wrote in a newsletter that GW has seen grant proposal rejections without review because of minor formatting errors.
November 9, 2015
Volume 112, Issue 14
Stories from the November 9, 2015 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The Ron & Joy Paul Kidney Center officially launched this week at GW, this is the latest effort in GW’s concentration on kidney research.
Information from Curbed.
After a long and stressful day when you’re too lazy to grocery shop and you’re sick of eating from the hot bar at Whole Foods, that’s when you turn to Postmates.
For one hour on Friday afternoon, a Tompkins Hall room full of GW freshman and sophomores transformed into an elementary school science class.
Facing potential laws that could hurt their businesses, D.C. restaurant and bar owners have grouped together to advocate for their industry.
After a years-long lobby, one student group is trying a new strategy to convince the University to give up its investments in fossil fuels.
If we establish rules about when to disconnect from technology we can work toward a balance between digital connection and a real-life presence.
GW’s law school is bringing on fewer faculty to replace retiring members, a strategy to keep the school’s costs low, a current faculty member said.
The vast majority of this year’s open cases are related to thefts – crimes where it is hard to catch the suspect.