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ICYMI: GW’s Latest COVID-19 Updates

The university communicated updates about belonging retrieval to students and reaffirmed its commitment to non-discriminatory academic programs.


President LeBlanc: 'We Remain a Strong Community'

March 30, 2020

Dr. LeBlanc recognizes health care and safety providers, students, faculty and staff, notes GW continues to operate to fulfill its essential public health, clinical and educational

Q & A: What Does the Stimulus Bill Mean for the Economy?

March 30, 2020

GWSB Professor Danny Leipziger shares some insights on how Congress’ $2.2 trillion stimulus package in response to the COVID-19 pandemic could help the U.S. economy.

SEAS Professor Developing Medical Equipment Decontamination System to Battle COVID-19

March 27, 2020

Michael Keidar’s “plasma brush” could help medical providers sterilize masks and other equipment.


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Campus Life 101

A new series from GW Today that offers tips on the basics of navigating life at college from staying safe to adjusting to college academics and managing stress.


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Getting to Know the DMV

The DMV—the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia—is home to broad, diverse communities and neighborhoods that offer history, good eats, parks and waterfronts—much of it a quick Metro ride away. 



#GWtoDo: Your Curated Arts and Events Agenda

#GWtoDo will take a hiatus during GW's virtual learning period.

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First Destination

First Destination Survey Reports Post-Graduation Success for Class of 2019

About 92 percent of graduates secured post-graduation plans within six months of graduation.

Duke Ellington School of the Arts senior Bailey Moore learns she's won an SJT scholarship.

GW Presents Outstanding D.C. High School Students with Full Ride Scholarships

Ten students surprised with news that they received four-year Stephen Joel Trachtenberg Scholarships.

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CCAS Researcher Sheds Light on ‘Bizarre’ Turtle Ant Evolution

CCAS Associate Professor Scott Powell believes turtle ants and their diverse physical traits provide a strong case study for the evolutionary process among social organisms.

Grace Henry

Have You Met...Grace Henry?

As the SMHS director of Diversity and Inclusion, Grace Henry works to ensure there is equity and representation for everyone.

Promising Futures

GW in the Community: Building Pipelines to Success for D.C. Youth

Promising Futures engages D.C. middle and high school students as ambassadors and peer educators with a focus on everything from health to leadership skills.

The Store

New Endowment to Support Student-Run Food Pantry

The fund will allow the Store to continue bridging gaps toward a more food-secure community.