A Closer Look at U.S.-Cuba Relations

August 17, 2015

Elliott School professors offer insight after U.S. embassy opens in Havana for the first time in decades.

GW Students Take Stand against Sexual Violence in South Africa While Studying Abroad

August 14, 2015

Professor Dan Moshenberg's Women’s Studies classes have helped crisis experts at rape crisis center in Cape Town.

 Spencer Overton, a professor at the George Washington University Law School, specializes in voting rights and campaign finance.

50 Years of the Voting Rights Act: Where Do We Stand?

August 10, 2015

Racial discrimination still needs to be addressed, says GW Law Professor Spencer Overton.

Summer sendoffs in China

For Chinese Parents, Receptions Help Form Community

August 10, 2015

New addition to China’s summer sendoff repertoire helps parents of incoming George Washington University students find support and shared experiences.

Linda Livingstone, Mark Kennedy

Discussion Series Showcases GW Faculty on International Stage

August 03, 2015

School of Business Dean Linda Livingstone, GSPM Director Mark Kennedy highlight GWtalks events.

Researchers Identify Nasal Bacteria to Combat Staph, MRSA

Researchers Identify Nasal Bacteria to Combat Staph, MRSA

July 20, 2015

A new twins study suggests that germs in our nose could be secret weapons against drug-resistant infections.

Teachers watched from the Dulles Airport ramp tower as air traffic controllers guided planes to safety. (All photos: William Atk

Between Teachers and Businesses, a Promising Partnership

July 13, 2015

Virginia teachers peek into their students’ potential futures with the Teachers in Industry Project.

Alan Morrison.

U.S. Supreme Court Affirms Same-Sex Marriage Nationwide

June 26, 2015

Alan Morrison, dean of public service at George Washington University Law School, analyzes landmark decision.

Afnan Al-Shuaiby

GW Global Series: Breaking Barriers With Dr. Afnan Al-Shuaiby

June 22, 2015

Arab British Chamber of Commerce Secretary General and alumna talks leadership, diplomacy, education at London event.

Lorenzo Vidino and Seamus Hughes

Program on Extremism Launches at GW

June 22, 2015

Led by Seamus Hughes and Lorenzo Vidino, the program will focus on research and policy solutions.

Dae-Whan Chang

Dae-Whan Chang Receives GW’s Alumni Achievement Award

June 08, 2015

Elliott School graduate and South Korean business leader honored at campus ceremony.

GW Global Series: Women in Business with HRH Princess Reema

GW Global Series: Women in Business with HRH Princess Reema

May 20, 2015

University event in Dubai focuses on the roles of women as leaders in the workplace.

Adm. Michael Rogers, NSA director

NSA Director: ‘Cyber Is a Great Equalizer’

May 13, 2015

Adm. Michael Rogers says U.S. government and businesses need to work together to combat cyber attacks of foreign origin.

White House Summit on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders panel

GW Hosts White House Summit on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders

May 13, 2015

Six cabinet secretaries among federal officials discussing cultural, economic, education issues.

Students Mapping

Students Digitally Map the Devastation after Nepal Earthquake

May 06, 2015

GW Humanitarian Mapping Society joined thousands in supporting international relief efforts.