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President Obama, others in Washington, pushing for humans on Mars by 2030's

President Obama, others in Washington, pushing for humans on Mars by 2030's

October 12, 2016

President Obama, others in Washington, pushing for humans on Mars by 2030's

 

Drones and the Changing Face of Warfare

Drones and the Changing Face of Warfare

September 14, 2016

Drones and the Changing Face of Warfare

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Nuclear Power Plants Prepare for Old Age

August 30, 2016

Materials research is at the heart of efforts to keep the world’s reactors running well past 2050.
 
 

 

 

 

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Nuclear’s Glacial Pace

August 23, 2016

Allison Macfarlane discusses the time consuming hurdles associated with implementing new nuclear reactor designs. 
 
 
 

 

 

 

Venezuela Opens Border; Relief is Limited

August 16, 2016

Professor Stephen B. Kaplan was interviewed by NPR's Marketplace about the Venezuelan crisis, and the economic implications of the reopening of the Venezuela-Colombia border, with commentary featured on both the radio and website.

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GW Professor and Former Student Talk Technology in Popular Podcast

July 19, 2016

Dr. David Alan Grier,associate professor at CISTP, along with former student Tamara Carleton discusses how technology can transform the way we do business. 

 

 

 

 

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Campus group No Lost Generation advocates for Syrian refugees

July 11, 2016

GW's No Lost Generation (NLG) is a campus organzation that is facing the Syrian refugee crisis head-on -- and is rapidly spreading to other campuses across the nation.

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GW Student Awarded Truman Scholarship

July 11, 2016

Karim Farishta, ESIA BA '16, is one of 54 students nationwide recognized with the honor, which bestows a $30,000 grant toward graduate studies for candidates who demonstrate "the passion, intellect and leadership potential" to serve the public good.

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Interning at the White House

July 11, 2016

GW boasts 13 students and alumni in the spring 2016 White House Internship {rogram--more than any other school in the United States. Read about their experiences here.

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GW Announces Institute for African Studies

July 11, 2016

The Elliott School is proud to house the Institute for African Studies, which will focus on major issues confronting the global community in Africa, one of the fastest economic growth regions in the world. Read more here.

Economic Development of Low Earth Orbit

Economic Development of Low Earth Orbit

July 11, 2016

 IISTP faculty Nicholas Vonortas contributes his knowledge and expertise on the subject in Chapter 2 "Protein Crystallization for Drug Development, A Prospective Empirical Appraisal of Economic Eff

Who are nuclear weapons scientists?

July 06, 2016

Most people study nuclear warfare by studying the new developments in the weapons themselves. Hugh Gusterson takes a different approach.

Elliott School Graduation 2016

Elliott School Commencement 2016: Keynote Address

May 13, 2016

Dean Reuben E. Brigety II delivered the keynote address at the 2016 Elliott School Graduation Celebration. Watch the address here.