A big congratulations to the Outstanding Academic Achievement Awardees! Especially to the University Honors Program students!
By our count, Honors students account for roughly 19% of the nearly 200 students at GWU that are in the top 2% of the entire University academically. That’s pretty fantastic, especially considering the UHP is less than 5% of the entire undergraduate population. Continue reading
Don’t miss out on the last Food for Thought of the semester! Seats are still available, and the lunch is still free. The topic is still GW’s entry in the Solar Decathlon, and you still can make it!
Thursday, April 25th from 1-2pm in the UHP Club Room in Foggy Bottom (714 21st Street)
Join the GW Dean’s Scholars in Shakespeare on Monday April 22 at 7:30 pm for “For a Muse of Fire,” a 449th Shakespeare’s Birthday Celebration featuring Helen Hayes Award recipients and actors Rick Foucheux and Naomi Jacobson. The fun, performance demo event will be in Post Hall on the Mount Vernon campus. The event is hosted by Professor Alan Wade.
Take a look at this article over at the GW Hatchet about Honors students in Prof. Walter Reich’s “Holocaust Memory” course, and the body of work they have produced which is on display now.
From the article:
Undergraduates in the honors international affairs class Holocaust and Memory pieced together letters, timelines, telegrams and dreary, black-and-white photographs to dive inside the life of a Holocaust survivor. The exhibit opened last week.
“It is personalizing an event which is almost incomprehensible – which is really incomprehensible – the Holocaust,” Reich, a former director of the Holocaust Museum, said. “One of the things that can be learned is think of all the people who didn’t survive and what they could have contributed to the world.”
Read the whole article here.
Food for Thought: Harvest Home, GW’s entry in Solar Decathlon 2013
Lunch and lecture with Prof. Kim Roddis, UHP Faculty Fellow 2012-2013
714 21st Street, UHP Club Room at the Foggy Bottom campus
The Department of Energy’s Solar Decathlon challenges collegiate teams to design, build, and operate solar-powered houses that are cost-effective, energy-efficient, and attractive. GW is a member of Team Capitol DC, a partnership that also includes the Catholic University of America and American University. Come learn about Harvest Home. A model of the house and its landscape will be on display.
We’ll provide lunch, you bring your questions! Seats are limited to 15, so sign up now.