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Black Heritage Postage Stamp Series

December 01, 2009

Dec. 15, 2009 - March 5, 2010

Honoring and Commemorating Black Leadership is a selection of the artwork chosen or commissioned by the US Postal Service to honor distinguished African-American educators, scientists, explorers, athletes, musicians, writers, civil rights activists, war heroes, and more. The George Washington University received permission to reproduce the high quality art reproductions, created by different artists. Open to the public through March 5 at 44983 Knoll Square, Ashburn, VA 20147. For more information contact 703-726-3650.

It's No Accident: GW's Federal Highway Administration $19M Grant for National Crash Analysis Center Renewed

It's No Accident: GW's Federal Highway Administration $19M Grant for National Crash Analysis Center Renewed

February 23, 2009

Developing improvements to highway and vehicle safety will be the top priority of the University's National Crash Analysis Center (NCAC) during the next five years. A grant of $19 million...

NCAC Wins $19M Grant

February 23, 2009

The National Crash Analysis Center (NCAC), based on GW's Virginia Campus, has won a five-year, $19 million research grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Highway Administration.

The Washington Post's Gene Weingarten Tests Out GW Virginia's Driving Simulator

The Washington Post's Gene Weingarten Tests Out GW Virginia's Driving Simulator

July 13, 2008

The Washington Post's Gene Weingarten Tests Out GW Virginia's Driving Simulator

The Need for Speed: High Performance Computing

The Need for Speed: High Performance Computing

March 01, 2008

Tarek El-Ghazawi Builds GW’S HPC PROGRAM

Loudoun County Board of Supervisors Commends GW Virginia Science and Technology Campus for Contributions in Education and Economy

May 03, 2011

“Now, therefore, be it resolved that the Loudoun Country Board of Supervisors hereby commends The George Washington University’s Virginia Science and Technology Campus on its 20th anniversary; and expresses its gratitude to the University for its contribution to the economy of Loudoun County and for educating its citizens to fill jobs of the twenty-first century.”