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First Meeting of The Review

The UHP’s new book club will be hosting its first meeting on Tuesday, January 21 at 6:15 PM The Review will be hosting its first monthly meeting on Tuesday, January 21 at 6:15 in the Townhouse. We will be discussing Kristin Hannah’s The Great Alone, an emotional rollercoaster of a novel about Alaska, PTSD, love, and a […]

Join The Review!

Are you looking to read more in the new year? Do you wish you could read more contemporary literature outside of the classroom? Consider joining The Review, the UHP’s book club! We are a small group of individuals who share a love for reading, yet find it challenging to find time to read for fun […]

Buddhism and Biology: an unlikely marriage

The following is a research story from one of our 2019 grads who went above and beyond with her Honors Thesis and presented it at a conference in North Carolina. Interested in sharing your research with the Honors community? Send an email to uhp@gwu.edu or submit a blog post here. Greenville, North Carolina isn’t a […]

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Professor on the Town – David Sedaris at the Kennedy Center

Midterm season is here, and it weighs on all of our souls. So take some time for yourself! On Tuesday, October 15th, Professor Aviv is taking students to see David Sedaris at the Kennedy Center! Sedaris is a humorist, an award-winning author, and one of America’s finest storytellers- and you can see him live for just $15 […]

UHP Community Opportunity: J Street National Conference

Hi UHP friends! I am an honors alum who graduated last year. Being in Honors was one of my highlights of college years. I now work for J Street, a pro-Israel, pro-peace, pro-diplomacy advocacy organization and non-profit and we’re having our National Conference in D.C. October 26-29th! Attending J Street’s conference is a really excellent […]

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Breakfast with the Director!

Do you want to meet Professor Kung, the UHP’s new director? Do you have questions or suggestions about where we’re going as a program? Do you just want free food? Come eat breakfast with Professor Kung, the UHP’s new Director, this Friday from 9-10am! Seats are limited, so don’t hesitate to RSVP here! Hope to […]

DC Graduate School Fair 2019

International Grad School Fair at GW on Sept 19

The Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs (APSIA) invites you to an International Affairs and Public Policy  Graduate School Fair September 19, 2019 6:00 – 8:00pm Marvin Center, George Washington University, 800 21st St NW  Register today at bit.ly/dcfair-19 and answer your questions about application requirements, curricula and joint degrees, financial aid, and career opportunities. Representatives […]

Professor on the Town w/ Professor Jordan

This semester, Professor Jordan took her HONR 1034 students to the National Museum of Health & Medicine in Silver Spring, MD. There they had an interactive tour that include an Empathy Belly Pregnancy Simulation demo, and viewed a collection of preserved fetuses and reproductive organs. See photos below!

German Film Series

The UHP will be hosting a viewings of German films on the Foggy Bottom Campus over the course of the next month. Snacks will be provided!


Spring Hike with the UHP

Get out of the city with a hike on 4/7!