Elliott School professors offer insight after U.S. embassy opens in Havana for the first time in decades.
Professor Dan Moshenberg's Women’s Studies classes have helped crisis experts at rape crisis center in Cape Town.
Racial discrimination still needs to be addressed, says GW Law Professor Spencer Overton.
New addition to China’s summer sendoff repertoire helps parents of incoming George Washington University students find support and shared experiences.
School of Business Dean Linda Livingstone, GSPM Director Mark Kennedy highlight GWtalks events.
A new twins study suggests that germs in our nose could be secret weapons against drug-resistant infections.
Virginia teachers peek into their students’ potential futures with the Teachers in Industry Project.
Alan Morrison, dean of public service at George Washington University Law School, analyzes landmark decision.
Arab British Chamber of Commerce Secretary General and alumna talks leadership, diplomacy, education at London event.
Led by Seamus Hughes and Lorenzo Vidino, the program will focus on research and policy solutions.
Elliott School graduate and South Korean business leader honored at campus ceremony.
University event in Dubai focuses on the roles of women as leaders in the workplace.
Adm. Michael Rogers says U.S. government and businesses need to work together to combat cyber attacks of foreign origin.
Six cabinet secretaries among federal officials discussing cultural, economic, education issues.