Kryptodrakon progenitor

University Professor Helps Discover Oldest Pterodactyloid Species

April 24, 2014

Finding of flying reptile fossil rewrites chapter in understanding of prehistoric world.

autism awareness

For Youth With Autism, A Path to Adulthood

April 23, 2014

Faculty, staff and students are “shining a light” on neurodiversity, with a focus on transitions.

GW FLAG

University to Require Apparel Licensees to Commit to Workplace Safety

April 23, 2014

The Accord on Fire and Building Safety aims to improve factory conditions in Bangladesh.

What Supreme Court’s Affirmative Action Ruling Means for Universities

What Supreme Court’s Affirmative Action Ruling Means for Universities

April 23, 2014

Law School’s Chris Bracey explains Michigan’s ban on considering race in admissions.

“Manhunt” author James Swanson speaks at the National Civil War Project Conference.

Conference Highlights Achievements of National Civil War Project

April 23, 2014

Event features “Manhunt” author James Swanson, artists, scholars and more.

The university community can tour Conservation and collections resource center for the George Washington University Museum and T

GW Community Invited for Sneak Peek of New Museum Facility

April 23, 2014

Conservation and collections resource center open for tours this Friday.

Rachel Lesniak-Student Employee of the Year

Rachel Lesniak Named Regional, State Student Employee of the Year

April 23, 2014

University celebrates National Student Employment Week

Earth Day 2014

University Joins Real Food Challenge at Earth Day Celebration

April 23, 2014

As the first D.C. institution to participate, GW commits to 20 percent “real food” by 2020

Nobel Prize-winning author Gabriel García Márquez died last Thursday. He was 87 years old.

Honoring Gabriel García Márquez

April 23, 2014

Professor of literature discusses the influence of the Nobel laureate, who died at age 87 last week.

Alexandria Thompson

Students Look to Extend Service

April 23, 2014

Undergraduate provides forum for volunteers to take the next step in civic engagement.

$2.5 Million Gift to Fund the Inaugural Director of Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorders Initiative

April 23, 2014

With a gift from the Nelson A. and Michele Carbonell Family Foundation, the university will recruit a leader with a cross-disciplinary perspective in the field.

Peter Konwerski

CARE Network Helps to Identify and Support Students in Need

April 23, 2014

Dean of Student Affairs Peter Konwerski discusses how and when to use the online referral system.

Briefing Room

Panel to Explore Diversity Among the White House Press Corps

April 21, 2014

The discussion, featuring White House reporters, will be held April 28 and is free and open to the public.

What Not to Wear

‘What Not to Wear’ at GW

April 21, 2014

Luther W. Brady Gallery‘s latest exhibit features women sculptors inspired by clothing.

GW Balance Dance Troupe

Honoring Excellence in the University Community

April 21, 2014

Students, staff and faculty receive awards for their accomplishments and contributions.