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George Washington University,

at Washington, D.C.; coeducational; chartered 1821 as Columbian College (one of the first nonsectarian colleges), opened 1822, became a university in 1873, renamed 1904. Among its research facilities are the Space Policy Institute and the Institute for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies.
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in International Affairs from Columbian University.
Two schools represented a national style of Baptist leadership, Columbian University in Washington, D.
Arguably, three sources have been neglected: Malvina Shanklin Harlan's memoirs; (9) "a verbatim transcript [of some 500 pages] of Harlan's 1897-98 lectures on constitutional law" delivered at Columbian University (subsequently George Washington University) in Washington, D.
3) Previous publications have disclosed that Harlan gave lectures, including a constitutional law course at Columbian University.
In particular, she uses a memoir written by his wife after his death and a verbatim transcript of his lectures in constitutional law given at Columbian University in Washington during the 1897-98 term.
He was formerly special assistant counsel to the governor of New York State, general counsel to the New York State Committee on Housing and Urban Development, and an associate professor at the Columbian University School of Law.