Michael Tapscott

MSSC Director Announces His Retirement

Michael Tapscott has served as director of the Multicultural Student Services Center for 19 years.


GWSB Alumnus Believes in Letting People be Themselves

June 30, 2022
Anthony Shop, M.B.A. ’11, is the co-founder of the No. 1 LGTBQ-owned firm in the United States.

GWSB Dean Anuj Mehrotra Addresses the United Nations

June 29, 2022
At UN’s annual Micro-, Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises Day, Mehrotra spoke about the responsibility higher-ed institutions have in cultivating global small business growth.

Presidential Search Firm Selected

June 27, 2022
The Presidential Search Committee recommended the team from Education Executives, a highly experienced executive search firm, to assist the university’s search for its 19th president.

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Peace Corps 2022

GW Alumni among First Peace Corps Volunteers to Return to Overseas Service

Liam Paup, B.A. ’20, and Calvin DeWitt, B.S. ’21, left for their missions earlier this month.

Pulitzer Prize medals

GW Alumni Filled Many Roles on Pulitzer-Winning Washington Post Team

The alumni shared their thoughts about their work covering the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol and winning one of journalism’s most prestigious awards.

Proud to be GW

In Photos: Proud to be GW 2022

The festival, held in its normal time slot at the end of the academic year for the first time since 2019, celebrated accomplishments of GW faculty and staff.

search and rescue site visit

Summer Boot Camp Seeks to Kickstart New Research on ‘Trustworthy’ Artificial Intelligence

Ph.D. fellows from GW’s Designing Trustworthy AI Systems program are gaining firsthand knowledge about convergent problems in artificial intelligence and machine learning.

Secretary of State Antony Blinken.

Students Meet with Secretary of State after Speech at GW

In a session after a speech on U.S.-China policy, Antony Blinken answered Elliott School students’ questions about the Foreign Service, diversity and inclusion at the State

Elana Meyers Taylor

Olympian Elana Meyers Taylor Inspires Graduates to Create ‘Medal-Worthy Moments’

The pioneering GW alumna and athlete headlined the Commencement ceremony for the Class of 2022 on the National Mall.

GW in the News

Violent threats to election workers are common. Prosecutions are not

GW’s Catherine Ross, the Lyle T. Alverson Professor of Law discusses the line between a true threat and free speech in The New York Times.

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In many states with antiabortion laws, majorities favor abortion rights

Christopher Warshaw, associate professor of political science, co-authored an article in The Washington Post.

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NPR highlights research by GW’s Ethan Porter

A recent study co-authored by the associate professor of media and public affairs and associate professor of political science examines the impact of factual climate change reporting.

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Experts see risk with little upside in Biden’s gas tax break

Robert Weiner, professor in the Elliott School of International Affairs, is quoted in The Hill.

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