Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Law Needs ‘Statement of Women’s Full Citizenship’

Supreme Court Justice discussed women’s rights during Sixth Annual Capital City Constitution Day at the university.


13 Years Later, GW Remembers 9/11

September 12, 2014

The university community paid tribute to the victims, including nine alumni, who lost their lives in the terrorist attacks.

GW’s 2015 Benefits Budget Explained

September 12, 2014

Executive Vice President and Treasurer Lou Katz discusses the university’s process for determining its annual budget and compensation pool.

2015 Open Enrollment Begins Oct. 1

September 12, 2014

University to introduce new health care option, prescription drug plan changes.

University to Adjust Tuition Remission

September 12, 2014

Changes will go into effect Jan. 1, 2015.

News in Brief

Alumni Join Most Diverse Class in Teach For America Corps

The George Washington University was a top contributor to Teach for America in 2014—the most diverse class in the national teacher corps' 25-year history. The university landed the No. 3 spot among medium-sized schools, with 35 GW graduates participating.

Read More from Teach for America

Restoring Brain Function Stolen by Disease and Trauma

Vice President for Research Leo Chalupa was featured in a podcast as part of the Science Coalition's campaign for continued federal funding for research.

Listen to the full podcast at the Science2034 Blog

GW’s Career Week Kicks Off

The Center for Career Services presents Career Week, Sept. 8-12, in collaboration with schools and departments across campus. The series of workshops and events will prepare GW students for their future careers.

Read More on the Career Services website

GW Professor Draws Huge Crowd at National Book Festival

Professor of Classics and Anthropology Eric Cline talked about the collapse of civilization in 1177 B.C.

Read More in the Washington Post

Editor's Picks


Battling Ebola: Challenges, Ethical Dilemmas

Professor Ron Waldman answers questions about the “international public health emergency.”


Terrorism Expert Explains ISIS

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

Joe Hale

Corcoran Presents Joseph Asher Hale’s 'Fathom'

Installation in Gallery 31 modeled after the future supercontinent formation, Pangea Ultima.

Larry Cook

Behind Larry Cook’s Lens

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