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A New Take on Peter Pan, and More, from CCAS Alumna

A New Take on Peter Pan, and More, from CCAS Alumna

March 31, 2014
A typical day in the office is anything but typical for Eva Price, CCAS BA ’00; you might find her stopping by a dress rehearsal for one of her shows, meeting with her creative team to troubleshoot set design, or discussing story development for a new project.
Prof. Calvin Warren and honored emeritus faculty member Prof. John Vlach

American Studies Dept. Honors Emeritus Professors

March 21, 2014
The Columbian College Department of American Studies hosted a reception and lecture for alumni and faculty to honor two emeritus professors, James O. Horton and John Vlach.
Greta Twombly

PAF Scholarship Seeds Alumna's Bright Future

March 19, 2014
Greta Twombly had her heart set on studying at GW. Thanks to a Presidential Academic Scholarship, she was able to fulfill her dreams. Now, the political science alumna has followed her passions from campus clubs to Capitol Hill internships to national campaigns.
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Trachtenberg School Honors Alumni, Professors

March 06, 2014
Demonstrating the school motto of “Doing Good and Doing it Well,” an enthusiastic Trachtenberg gathering celebrated alumni accomplishments and teaching excellence.

99 Problems and No Time to Worry About AIDS

March 01, 2014
Are HIV prevention-efforts failing minority communities? Lisa Bowleg and Maria Cecilia Zea argue it’s time to look at a bigger AIDS intervention picture—one that requires a broader societal lens.
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In Memoriam: William B. Griffith and Bill Chambliss

March 01, 2014
The Columbian College community notes with sorrow the passing of two revered colleagues: William B. Griffith, Elton Professor of Philosophy and Public Policy, and Bill Chambliss, Professor of Sociology.
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Museum Studies, Smithsonian Team Up for New Leadership Seminar

March 01, 2014
Recognizing leadership skills as fundamental to professional development, Columbian College’s Museum Studies Program and the Smithsonian Affiliations have signed an agreement to offer leadership training for museum professionals.
Emmeline Ha

Student’s Tenacity Yields Diabetes Breakthrough

March 01, 2014
Wrong turns. Botched experiments. Dead ends. It’s all part of life in the chem lab. But senior Emmeline Ha’s persistence has paid off—with a diabetes breakthrough and a Luther Rice Fellow award.