How I Got the Job: Saving the World through Education

Senior Leeana Skuby turned her fellowship with Teach for America into a job opportunity.


Three GW Historians Awarded ACLS Fellowships

March 23, 2018
The research fellowships will allow the professors in the Department of History to pursue their respective book projects.

Nuclear Security Fellows Fill Information Void on Capitol Hill

March 23, 2018
The Nuclear Security Working Group was awarded $3.5 million in renewal funding to support its expanding fellowship program.

SMPA and West Virginia University Announce Journalism Project

March 23, 2018
The two will launch the Atlantic Coast Pipeline reporting partnership as part of an effort to burst media bubbles.
grad fair

#GWtoDo: Your Curated Arts and Events Agenda

A chance for seniors to start amassing Commencement swag at the annual Grad Fair, vibrant ikat fabrics at the GW Museum and The Textile Museum, historian Niall Ferguson, free tax prep and more.

News in Brief

Book by SON Professor Kimberly D. Acquaviva Wins Top Award

"LGBTQ-Inclusive Hospice and Palliative Care: A Practical Guide to Transforming Professional Practice" recognized by American Journal of Nursing.

Read about Dr. Acquaviva's honor

GW Professor Awarded Chicago-Kent College of Law/Roy C. Palmer Civil Liberties Prize

Hugh Gusterson, professor of anthropology and international affairs, wins the 2017 prize for his book "Drone: Remote Control Warfare."

Read more about Professor Gusterson's honor

SMPA Director to Receive President's Medal from SUNY-ESF

Frank Sesno recognized for extraordinary contributions to science, humanity and the natural world.

Read about Frank Sesno's honor

GW Sophomore Named Global Food Challenge Emerging Leader

Julia Loudenburg among 10 students nationally selected for the honor by Land O' Lakes, Inc.

Read about Julia Loudenburg's recognition

Editor's Picks

Vanishing Traditions

Clothes That Once Defined the Lives of Women at ‘Vanishing Traditions’

The newest exhibition at the George Washington Museum and The Textile Museum features festival costumes from minority cultures in Southwest China.

Women's Leadership Conference

Inclusion Could Close Gaps in Divided Societies

GW Women’s Leadership Conference tackles challenges of living in a global community and examines how inclusion could spur meaningful change.

Karen Pence

Second Lady Pays Visit to GW Art Therapy

Karen Pence has made the promotion and advancement of art therapy one of her signature initiatives.

SJT 2018

GW Surprises D.C. High School Students with Free Education

Now in its 29th year, the Stephen Joel Trachtenberg Scholarship Program gifts tuition, room, board, books and fees to exceptional students.