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GSEHD Dean Michael Feuer introduces Louis and Manette Mayberg

Mayberg Center for Jewish Education and Leadership Opens

March 31, 2017
The Mayberg Center for Jewish Education and Leadership officially opened during a dinner and reception on March 15.
GSEHD Dean Michael Feuer introduces Louis and Manette Mayberg

Mayberg Center for Jewish Education and Leadership Opens

March 31, 2017
The Mayberg Center for Jewish Education and Leadership officially opened during a dinner and reception on March 15.

Men’s Water Polo Wins Buff & Blue Fund Challenge

February 28, 2017
GW men’s water polo earned $10,000 in the Buff & Blue Fund Challenge, earning both the first-place and most improved prizes.
Dr. Noah Feldman

Law Professor Stresses Civility, Integrity: ‘It’s the Right Thing to Do’

February 17, 2017
The message of the annual Richard W. Blackburn Endowed Lecture on Civility and Integrity seemed more apt than ever Thursday as Noah Feldman, a Harvard Law School professor, made his case for how important those two qualities are.

Mentorship Program Teams Up Former and Current Student-Athletes

March 25, 2016
A new program, the GW Athletics mentorship program, pairs athletics alumni with student-athletes in their junior and senior years.
Maen Hammad, ESIA ’17

Maen Hammad, ESIA ’17, is On a Roll

November 17, 2015
Maen Hammad’s father, who spent much of his life in a Palestinian refugee camp, used to tell him that “an education is more powerful than any weapon because it can never be taken from you.” To this day, Maen, ESIA ’17, lives by these words.
Allison Hoff, MD ’15, and Russell Libby, MD ’79

Let the Healing Commence: GW’s First Adopt-a-Doc Scholar Graduates

June 18, 2015
Four years ago, Allison Hoff, MD ’15, became GW’s first recipient of an Adopt-a-Doc scholarship, a unique initiative that provides alumni and friends the opportunity to support incoming students throughout all four years of medical school.