Ambassador Reuben E. Brigety II will serve as the new dean of the Elliott School of International Affairs.

Ambassador Reuben E. Brigety II Named Elliott School Dean

Dr. Brigety currently represents the United States to the African Union and to the UN Economic Commission of Africa.


Sanjit Sethi Named Inaugural Director of the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design

August 04, 2015

Mr. Sethi brings more than 15 years of experience in arts administration and higher education to GW.

Discussion Series Showcases GW Faculty on International Stage

August 03, 2015

School of Business Dean Linda Livingstone, GSPM Director Mark Kennedy highlight GWtalks events.

Rosetta’s Comet Reveals Secrets About the Origins of Life on Earth

July 31, 2015

A GW scientist is part of the first mission in history to study the surface of a comet.

How Dangerous Is the Meat You Eat?

July 31, 2015

A study from the Milken Institute School of Public Health links supermarket food to antibiotic-resistant infections.

News in Brief

Milken Institute School of Public Health Wins Regional LEED Award

GW’s Milken Institute School of Public Health was honored this month by the U.S. Green Building Council North Capital Region with the 2015 “Project of the Year: New Construction Award.”

Visit USGBC for a full list of winners

University Is a Finalist in 2015 Greenbuild Leadership Awards

GW is among the 12 four-year colleges in the running for the sustainable building award from nonprofit organization Second Nature and the U.S. Green Building Council’s Center for Green Schools.

Read more from Second Nature

GW Division of IT Business Intelligence Services Honored

The division garnered the Technology Innovators Award from the National Association of College and University Business Officers (NACUBO) for its Principal Investigator's Dashboard.

Read the full release from the NACUBO Website

GW Professor to Join McAuliffe Administration

Governor Terry McAuliffe recently appointed William Briscoe, chair of the George Washington University physics department, to the Virginia Nuclear Energy Consortium Authority.

Read the full release from the Office of the Virginia Governor

Editor's Picks


Alumna Solves Real-Life Forensics Mysteries

Adrienne Borges has helped identify missing soldiers, catch killers and bring closure to families searching for lost relatives.


Tips for Parents: How to Stay in Tune with Your Student’s Wellness

GW Mental Health Services Director Silvio Weisner offers advice on supporting your student’s transition to college life.


GW Physicists Track Stellar Material Speeding Through Space

A fast-moving pulsar has blown a hole through the disk whirling around its companion star.

Doug Nixon

GW Researcher Reveals Why Some Immune Systems Protect Against HIV Infection

A new study co-authored by Doug Nixon could pave the way for a preventive vaccine.


GW Students Find Footing on a Career Path Through Summer Internships

Before turning their tassels on the National Mall, more than two-thirds of GW undergraduates and thousands of graduate students test their academic mettle in the workplace.

Teachers watched from the Dulles Airport ramp tower as air traffic controllers guided planes to safety. (All photos: William Atk

Between Teachers and Businesses, a Promising Partnership

Virginia teachers peek into their students’ potential futures with the Teachers in Industry Project.