Apple Unveils Mobile Pay System, 3 New Devices

September 10, 2014

School of Business professors Donna Hoffman and Tom Novak on Apple dropping the “i” and becoming the “brand of the body.”


Terrorism Expert Explains ISIS

September 05, 2014

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

Ferguson, Mo.: Navigating the Aftermath of Michael Brown’s Shooting

August 27, 2014

Africana Studies Program Director Jennifer James analyzes the unrest.


Battling Ebola: Challenges, Ethical Dilemmas

August 27, 2014

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


GW, State Department Team Up for International Students Webinar

August 25, 2014

Higher education series provides forum for questions about studying in the U.S.


Political Management Students Examine Advocacy in Turkey

August 18, 2014

Weeklong trip covers government, corporate, economic, media affairs in the country.

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Students Craft a Vision for a Better Brazil

August 11, 2014

GW’s Brasilia Without Borders program inspires youth to be global citizens.


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.


What Will African Leaders Discuss at First-Ever White House Summit?

August 01, 2014

Washington will hear “frank comments” from African dignitaries, says former Ambassador David Shinn.


What Does the Border Crisis Mean for the U.S.?

July 28, 2014

Experts share insight from international affairs, political and humanitarian perspectives.


Peace in the Middle East?

July 23, 2014

Professor Nathan Brown says there will be a cease-fire but long-term prospects dim.


Flight MH17 Crash ‘Confirms Negative Attitudes’ on Putin, Russia

July 23, 2014

Expert Robert Orttung discusses implications of downed Malaysia Airlines plane.

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University Celebrates the Launch of Brasilia Without Borders

July 14, 2014

Brazilian dignitaries, including Ambassador Mauro Vieira, and GW administrators encourage 385 Brazilian exchange students to join GW in “making history.”

World War I soldier

Was World War I Avoidable?

July 08, 2014

On the 100th anniversary of the Great War onset, GW Today examines the assassination of Franz Ferdinand and the path to global conflict.