Chef Rob

Healthy Meals ‘Three Ingredients and 15 Minutes Away,’ University Chef Says

October 24, 2014

New cooking videos offer quick takes on easy, nutritious, residence hall-ready recipes.

Meghan Chapple

Meghan Chapple Announced as New ITF Co-Chair

October 22, 2014

Office of Sustainability director will succeed Dave Lawlor.

Chairman of U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission to Join Elliott School

October 21, 2014

Allison Macfarlane will lead Center for International Science and Technology Policy and M.A. program.

GW Block Party

Colonials Weekend Spotlights GW University Pride

October 20, 2014

A performance by comedian Seth Meyers, the annual Neighborhood Block Party, Vern Harvest and more unite GW community in celebration of university spirit.

Food Day 2014

The Food Day Challenge: Eat Well to Be Well

October 20, 2014

The Urban Food Task Force extravaganza spotlights nutrition, food policy and food security.


Veterans Take on a New Mission—Entrepreneurship

October 20, 2014

George Washington University hosts Semper Startup, a conference that aims to create a network of “vetrepreneurs.”


GW Dedicates Tucker Field at Barcroft Park

October 18, 2014

Ceremony honors Trustee Ave Tucker’s $2 million gift to the university.

Steven Knapp

Campaign, Research and SEH Highlighted at Board Meeting

October 18, 2014

Science and Engineering Hall opening event set; “Making History” surpasses $600 million.

University Hires New Title IX Coordinator

October 17, 2014

Rory Muhammad will start Nov. 10.

Terry and Alisann Collins

Trustee Donates $2.5 Million to SEAS

October 16, 2014

Gift from Terry and Alisann Collins will support undergraduate students, create endowed professorship.

Barcroft Park

Trustee and Baseball Alumnus Delivers $2 Million Gift to GW

October 16, 2014

Ave Tucker’s donation will support athletics, School of Business, GW Law.

Albert H. Small (center) with speakers featured at this year's Small Symposium.

Washingtoniana Collection Energizes Scholarship on D.C.

October 15, 2014

This year’s Albert H. Small Symposium illustrates how historic collection benefits student and faculty research.

Colonials Weekend

Colonials Weekend Invites University Community to Raise High

October 15, 2014

Students, families, alumni and friends of GW celebrate tradition.

Thinking Money

New Documentary Aims to ‘Make Saving More Sexy’

October 15, 2014

“Thinking Money,” featuring George Washington University School of Business financial literacy expert Annamaria Lusardi, debuts nationally on Thursday.


Leon Panetta Calls ‘Dysfunction in Washington’ Biggest Security Threat

October 14, 2014

Former CIA director and secretary of defense discusses his critical new book during interview with Frank Sesno.