Researcher Uses Gene Editing to Unveil Butterfly Biodiversity

Arnaud Martin, assistant professor of biology, seeks to understand the evolutionary genetics that have shaped color pattern diversity on butterfly wings.


GSPM Kicks Off 30th Anniversary with a Salute to Distinguished Alumni

September 18, 2017
Director Lara Brown celebrates 30 years of the Graduate School of Political Management with plans to enhance the image of political and public affairs.

‘Making Noise’ Is Key to Breaking Down Institutional Silence on Sexual Assault

September 13, 2017
Denise Krepp, B.A. ’95, says she was forced out of the government for trying to investigate how the Merchant Marine Academy handles sexual assault.

SMHS Research Team to Study Natural Immune Response to HIV

September 12, 2017
Assistant Professor Brad Jones was awarded $2 million to study the body’s natural defenses against HIV and seeks to establish guidelines for further therapeutic development.
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#GWtoDo: Your Curated Arts and Events Agenda

Celebrate Latinx Heritage this month. Plus, don’t miss a chance to attend GW’s Safety and Security Expo and a conversation with NFL’s Denver Broncos General Counsel.

News in Brief

How DACA Affected the Mental Health of Young Undocumented Adults

The director of GW's Cisneros Hispanic Leadership Institute says DACA has provided peace of mind to many.

Read Elizabeth Vaquera's article in The...

There Are Big Problems with the Ideas Industry

GW Professor Henry Farrell writes about why a liberal think tank pushed out an employee who criticized Google.

Read Professor Farrell's piece in The...

GW Professor Looks at Foreign Policy under Trump

Elizabeth N. Saunders, associate professor of political science and international affairs, lists five key developments from the summer.

Read Professor Saunders' analysis in The...

GW Political Science Professor Writes on Hurricane Harvey's Impact among Voters

Professor John Sides says research shows that voters respond to natural disasters by punishing incumbents at the ballot box.

Read more in The Washington Post

Editor's Picks


‘Scraps:’ New, Sustainable Approaches to Fashion

The George Washington University Museum and The Textile Museum’s latest exhibition showcases ways to reduce waste in the textile industry.


Presidential Community Meetings Lay Out Administrative Priorities

Institutional culture, undergraduate experience, research and fundraising are among President LeBlanc’s areas of focus.


Arts Preview: This Fall at GW See Alec Baldwin and Dan Rather at Lisner

Don’t miss rock legends King Crimson at Lisner, the museum’s “Scraps” exhibition about recycled textiles, a dance showcase directed by Maida Withers from the theatre and dance


GW Offers Safety Tips as Semester Begins

The university reminds students to plan ahead, pay attention to their surroundings and heed other safety tips this fall.