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President Granberg

President Granberg Recognized for her Contributions to Higher Education

“Diverse: Issues In Higher Education” highlighted the GW president as one of 40 top women in higher education.

Mock Shaadi Heer Ranjha

In Photos: GW Community Celebrates South Asian Heritage Month with a Mock Shaadi

Multiple student groups staged performances at the annual event, which pays tribute to South Asian wedding traditions.

STAT Madness

Cast Your Vote for GW in the STAT Madness Tournament

GW Engineering and Milken Institute SPH research to go head-to-head with other leading research institutions in the online, bracket-style tournament.

Moderator Casey Burgat, former U.S. Rep. Rodney Davis (R-Il.) and Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-Md.)

Is Impeachment Becoming Routine?

The 2024 O’Dwyer Forum was marked by bipartisanship and good humor.

Ellen Johnson Sirleaf

Africa’s ‘Iron Lady’ Ellen Johnson Sirleaf Visits GW

GW’s Institute for African Studies inaugurates the Bridges Institute Africa Series in conversation with the Nobel Peace laureate and former president of Liberia.

Collage of 5 books

Five Books to Kick off Women’s History Month

A few of the many reads by GW alumnae and faculty that explore contemporary and historical women’s lives.

Members of the SAHC 2024 board.

Students Lead Celebration of South Asian Heritage at GW

The 2024 South Asian Heritage Celebration focuses on how storytelling strengthens community and builds pride.

Happy GW Employee Appreciation Day!

GW Today Video Series: Have You Met...

The regular feature introduces the GW community to staff members. Happy Employee Appreciation Day!

3 female students and a man in a suit in front of the blue & green 3MT background, (from left) Caitlin Bailey, Prachi Mahableshwarkar and Leah Kaplan with Vice Provost for Graduate and Postdoctoral Affairs Suresh Subramaniam.

Fast & Furious: Students Sprint through Speed-Thesis Contest

Ph.D. students presented their research in a high-speed challenge during the sixth annual Three-Minute Thesis Competition.

Nya Lok

'Who Much Is Given, Much Is Required': The Story of GW Women’s Basketball Player Nya Lok

Born in an Ethiopian refugee camp to parents who fled civil war in Sudan, the Revolutionaries' shooting guard is paving a path for others.