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GW's Crash Analysis Center Celebrates 20 Years

November 12, 2012

In its two decades, the National Crash Analysis Center has received $30 million in grants and worked with government and industry partners to save countless lives.Chartered in 1992, the National Crash Analysis Center (NCAC), housed on GW's Virginia Science and Technology Campus, started with half a dozen staffers, a few projects and support from the Federal Highway Administration and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. This year, as it celebrates its 20th anniversary, NCAC staff has tripled; it has received more than $30 million in grants; it has modeled and crash-tested dozens of cars and roadside barriers; and it counts as its partners dozens of government agencies like the U.S. Department of State and U.S. Department of Defense; industry companies like Ford, Toyota, Hyundai-Kia and Honda; and universities.

New Building Under Construction

New Building Under Construction

November 05, 2012

Construction began Nov. 5, 2012 on GW's new dual-purpose building on the GW Virginia Science & Technology Campus. Located at the intersection of Presidential Drive and George Washington Boulevard, the building will feature a 22,000 square foot state-of-the-art collections and conservation resource center and an adjacent 30,000 square feet of additional space, to be designed and built out for future academic and research activities.

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.”