GHSA

Getting Ahead of the Curve on Ebola Epidemic

Experts convene at George Washington to discuss the global health security agenda.

HEADLINES

GW Releases Annual Security Report

September 30, 2014

Disciplinary referrals up, new categories added after reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act.

Faculty Governance Assessment Continues

September 29, 2014

After the Board of Trustees passed enhanced protections for academic freedom over the summer, working group of trustees, faculty and administrators begin review of remaining principles.

University Training Videos Assess Potential Violence

September 29, 2014

Steps to take before and during potentially threatening situations are covered.

NewU Helps Freshmen Navigate College Life

September 29, 2014

First Year Experience program offers guidance on adjusting to life at George Washington University and beyond.

News in Brief

The Politics of Replacing Eric Holder: Timing is Everything

George Washington University's Jamie Chandler, part-time faculty in Graduate School of Political Management, and Stephen Salzburg, Wallace and Beverley Woodbury University Professor of Law, weigh in on the resignation of the U.S. Attorney General.

Read More From MSNBC

Will Terrorists Listen to US?

Tara Sonenshine, Shapiro Fellow at GW's School of Media and Public Affairs, contributes to the policy debate over how the U.S. should engage the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS).

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Editor's Picks

Clark Construction

From Design to Construction: Behind the Scenes of the Science and Engineering Hall

Engineers and architects discuss the innovative strategies they used to construct the project.

Alumni Achievement Awards

GW Honors Six With Alumni Achievement Award

Political analyst Mark Plotkin, National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences CEO Neil Portnow among those recognized.

Cathy Lanier

One Year Later, Lessons to Learn from Navy Yard Shooting

D.C. Police Chief Cathy Lanier speaks on campus about response to active threats.

Katie Schuler

Corcoran Alumna Exposes Natural Beauty of the Philippines

As part of a Luce fellowship secured through the George Washington University, Katie Schuler brings environmental storytelling to Asia.

White House

President Obama Brings Campus Sexual Assault to the Forefront

President Knapp joined leaders and students at the White House for launch of public awareness campaign.

ISIS

Terrorism Expert Explains ISIS

Professor Stephen Biddle says broad coalition may be possible in campaign against the extremist group.