Preventing Violence Against Women and Girls in Conflict Areas

The Global Women’s Institute has begun a five-year research project to understand and respond to gender-based violence in South Sudan, other crisis-affected countries.


Message from President Knapp Regarding Sexual Assault

August 29, 2014

President underscores personal and university position in letter to members of the university community.

GW Mourns the Loss of Fourth-Year Medical Student

August 28, 2014 4:10 p.m.

University community invited to gather in Ross Hall on Thursday for remembrance, support.

GW Offers Resources for Sexual Assault Prevention

August 27, 2014

University programs, student organizations create forum for awareness, campus activism.

GW, State Department Team Up for International Students Webinar

August 25, 2014

Higher education series provides forum for questions about studying in the U.S.

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Jane Fruendel Levey

Historian’s Trail Leads Back to GW

Alumna Jane Freundel Levey will “create community” as consulting curator of Washingtoniana Collection.

Gil and Jacki Cisneros

Alumnus Uses Good Fortune to Change Lives

After donating $1 million of lottery winnings to student aid, Columbian College graduate is helping young Latinos get ahead.


Looking Back: GW Celebrates Ellington School Milestone

As the Duke Ellington School of the Arts turns 40, George Washington Today examines its early days as a campus arts program.

Larry Cook

Behind Larry Cook’s Lens

The photographer, M.F.A. ’12, discusses the role race and identity play in his conceptual images.