GW University Community members, on and off campus, are encouraged to take a few minutes to review their personnel preparedness measures.
The George Washington University continues to monitor forecasts and reports regarding Hurricane Isabel as it approaches the east coast of the United States.
The demolition of the old GW Hospital began the week of Sept. 8, and will continue through the end of December. Work hours will be from 7am-7pm Monday through Saturday.
A Message from President Stephen Joel Trachtenberg to the GW Community
September 11, 2003
The Fall 2003 World Bank Group and International Monetary Fund Meetings are being held later this month in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
Major Event on the Mall Planned for Thursday Afternoon, September 4, at 6 p.m.
The following information is provided for the convenience of the GW community:
To The George Washington University Community at Foggy Bottom:
The following statement may be attributed to Gretchen King,
Our neighbor, the International Monetary Fund (IMF), will have its Spring meetings on Saturday and Sunday, April 12 and 13.
Today, March 3, the Consortium of Universities of the Washington Metropolitan Area and representatives from the District of Columbia Emergency Management Agency (DCEMA) met to discuss preparedness
When you enter a building, whether on campus or off, locate two exits that you could use in an emergency.
GW continues its efforts to plan for the safety of the University community by evaluating existing plans, meeting with government officials, and informing the campus of the latest information, said
On February 7, the U.S. Homeland Security Council placed the national threat level at orange, or high risk, and is expected to keep it there for the foreseeable future.