The third and final presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton starts at 9 p.m. Wednesday at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
GSEHD professors receive $2.5 million from Education Department to help content-area teachers address needs of English language learners.
Ambassador Juan Carlos Pinzón said a peace deal between the Colombian government and rebels rejected by voters is part of the democratic process.
100 discount tickets available for GW students for his conversation with NPR’s Nina Totenberg and book signing.
Period to make changes to benefits plan offerings that will take effect in 2017 ends at 8 p.m. Friday.
Panel says biggest challenges are reaching parental holdouts and pockets of disparities.
Ben Holmes and Nathan Castro are developing an alternative to knee replacements that could reduce recovery time and increase quality of life for younger and more active people.
Ms. Brewer’s position was made possible by a $500,000 from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
This is not just “a policy issue, it’s a personal issue,” says the former deputy assistant secretary in the U.S. refugee bureau.
Forrest Maltzman says the new GW budget process is “radically different” from its predecessor.
Three days of activities across multiple campuses unite students, families, faculty and staff in showing school spirit.
President Steven Knapp moderates discussion among area’s top three elected officials.
The three-day summit focused on the intersection of art and social change and culminated with a group reading outside of the White House.
GW and Politics & Prose announce two events: chats with Sen. Sanders on Nov. 16 and another with Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post reporter Wesley Lowery on Nov. 15.