Kang and Akman

In Memoriam: Navdeep Kang

August 30, 2014

Fourth-year medical student remembered for his humble intelligence, love of learning.


University Staffer Guides Students and Soldiers

August 25, 2014

Gabriel Slifka uses military values to promote positive decision-making

Jane Fruendel Levey

Historian’s Trail Leads Back to GW

August 18, 2014

Alumna Jane Freundel Levey will “create community” as consulting curator of Washingtoniana Collection.


James L. Griffith Installed as Leon M. Yochelson Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

August 14, 2014

Dr. Griffith has devoted his career to promoting humanism in psychiatry.

Henry R. Nau

Could ‘Conservative Internationalism’ Improve U.S. Foreign Affairs?

August 07, 2014

Elliott School professor’s book examines method that balances national needs, international reality.

Gil and Jacki Cisneros

Alumnus Uses Good Fortune to Change Lives

August 07, 2014

After donating $1 million of lottery winnings to student aid, Columbian College graduate is helping young Latinos get ahead.

GW Students Political Graphic

GW Students Continue to be ‘Most Politically Active’ in the Nation

August 06, 2014

University recognized in top spot for second consecutive year by Princeton Review

School of Media and Public Affairs director Frank Sesno interviews Colin Powell, M.B.A. '71, at Lisner Auditorium on Monday.

What Worked for Colin Powell

August 05, 2014

Former secretary of state and GW alumnus shares leadership advice from new book at Lisner Auditorium.


Brasilia Without Borders Students Learn Through Experience

August 04, 2014

Photo essay highlights students engaging with political, educational and civic leaders in the nation’s capital.


Newt Gingrich Emphasizes Using Technology to Rethink Government

July 30, 2014

Former speaker of the House headlines Day 1 of National Conservative Student Conference at GW.


University Hosts Native American High School Cohort

July 30, 2014
Visiting students gain valuable policy, political leadership experience through GW program.

Summer Intern Spotlight: Learning a Craft from the Ground Up

July 28, 2014

Engineering senior Thompson Hunt finds collaboration and imagination as a Clark Construction intern

First Star

University Hosts Foster Youth for Summer Residency

July 23, 2014

Partnership with First Star Greater Washington Academy gives students a preview of college life.

Leana Wen

What to Do ‘When Doctors Don’t Listen’

July 23, 2014

Book by GW attending physician and emergency medicine professor Leana Wen teaches patients how to advocate for their health.

Mary Jo Warner retired from the university's athletics department after 37 years of service.

Mary Jo Warner Retires After More Than Three Decades

July 21, 2014

Longtime athletics employee oversaw many of the university’s varsity sports.