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The Washington Quarterly Winter 2018 Issue

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GW students paint a banner at D.C. Public School's West Education Campus. (Photos: William Atkins/GW Today)

GW Community Reaches out for MLK Jr. Day of Service

Hundreds of volunteers complete service projects with area nonprofits, D.C. public schools and others.

Welcome Back! A New Year's Message from the Dean

A new year brings new hope for better opportunities, better grades, and new possibilities to bring about a world with peace and prosperity to all. In the spirit of the new year, my best wishes for a happy, healthy 2018!

photo: Hugh Gusterson

Professor Hugh Gusterson wins 2017 Chicago-Kent College of Law/Roy C. Palmer Civil Liberties Prize

Established in 2007 by Chicago-Kent alumnus Roy C. Palmer and his wife, Susan M. Palmer, the Palmer Prize honors exemplary works of scholarship exploring the tension between civil liberties and national security in contemporary American society. Professor Gusterson will present his book at Chicago-Kent next year.

Spotlight on Students and Alumni

photo: Angelo DeLeo smiles outside of a George Washington University building.

Comparative Study on Italian Festival Has Hometown Roots

Junior Angelo DeLeo received GW's Undergraduate Research Award to examine the similarities between “Festa dei Ceri” and its Pennsylvania counterpart.

photo: three Elliott students stand in front of a fountain. The fountain is positioned in front of columns.

Alumnus Donates to Global Capstone Program to Enhance Experiences Outside the Classroom

Experience is the best teacher, and Elliott students immerse themselves in skills-based training, putting classroom learning to the test through internships and fieldwork. For graduate students, real-life learning experience peaks in the year-long Global Capstone Program, which requires MA candidates to identify and tackle some of the most pressing international issues of our day.

photo: text GWU Climbs Kilimanjaro in the foreground, Mount Kilimanjaro sits snowcapped in the background

Leaving on May 29th, 2018 and Heading for the Top

Eighteen students from GW will be taking on the challenge of a lifetime: summiting Mt. Kilimanjaro and raising thousands of dollars for charity. Two Elliott School undergrads are among the group: Casey Sajna, sophomore, international affairs and global public health, and Austin Simpson, freshman, international affairs.

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The year in review at the Elliott School of International Affairs.