Mirror turtle ants

Spying Ants Infiltrate Enemy Territory

Assistant Professor of Biology Scott Powell has discovered a new ant species, offering a rare window into the evolution of social parasitism.


George Washington University to Collaborate with Peru’s National Institute of Health

October 01, 2014

The university has signed an MOU with the institute to elevate health research.

2015 Open Enrollment Begins

October 01, 2014

University introduces new health care option, prescription drug plan changes.

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.

News in Brief

GW Open Enrollment Begins

The university's open enrollment period runs from Oct. 1 to Oct. 31. Benefits fairs are scheduled to take place on the Foggy Bottom and Virginia Science and Technology campuses throughout the month, beginning Oct. 8.

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Milken Institute SPH Awarded Architecture Honor

The D.C. chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) has recognized the George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health for innovative architecture.

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Red Sox Executive Speaks to School of Business Class

Charles Steinberg, executive vice president of business affairs for the Boston Red Sox, visits sports and event business management students.

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GW Prepares for Flu Season

The George Washington University Student Health Service will host flu shot clinics for students beginning Oct. 2. The cost of a shot is $20. The cost will be covered for students enrolled in the Aetna Student Health Insurance Plan.

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biology of nutrition

GW Students Examine the Biology Behind Healthy Eating

Columbian College service-learning course examines the importance of nutrition education.


Getting Ahead of the Curve on Ebola Epidemic

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

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.

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.