GW and Education Week co-hosted event with policymakers, analysts and journalists to look at how public education policy will change in 2017 and beyond.
A Program on Extremism paper suggests researchers must look beyond gender stereotypes to understand the role of America’s jihadi women.
GW experts give students tips on how to prepare for exams with emotional, physical and mental wellness in mind.
Eleanor Roosevelt used her radio address to reassure an America shocked by the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor 75 years ago.
GW's SMPA hosts three U.S. senators who discuss what comes next.
Students, faculty and staff voiced their concerns about the presidential election results to GW leadership at a town hall.
The university will provide students, faculty and staff with information and updates through a variety of communication channels in event of an emergency.
President Steven Knapp and Provost Forrest Maltzman will come together for a town hall with students Tuesday to talk about the climate on campus.
For fourth consecutive year at GW, global day of giving back emphasizes importance of philanthropy to support students.
Construction began last week and owners hope café will be ready in January 2017.
The $2.2 million award allows scientists to focus on fossil viruses implicated in certain types of cancer for patients with the HIV infection.
Join political experts to discuss the question everyone is asking after the election: “Now what?” Plus, cultural lectures on the Japanese kimono, Oaxacan sexuality and more.
President Steven Knapp and Vice President for Academic Affairs Forrest Maltzman have met with students to talk about how to make GW inclusive and safe for everyone.
Businesses run by GW alumni offer a variety of unique offerings, from bow ties to whimsical gift boxes, DIY gin and hand-crafted wood furniture.
Dr. Knapp is among hundreds of college and university presidents to sign the statement of support for undocumented immigrant students.