Joshua Glazer’s new report adds to a decade-long examination of a local effort in Tennessee to improve the lowest performing schools with recommendations for sustaining success.
A virtual forum hosted by GW’s Institute for Data, Democracy and Politics explored how online disinformation contributes to voting suppressions and undermines elections.
The documents recovered in Iraq provide insight on the terror groups’ operations in Iraq.
University also targets reversing all greenhouse gas emissions it has produced in its nearly 200-year history.
The framework includes principles, procedures and considerations for addressing the proposed renaming of on-campus buildings and memorials.
The $3.5 million grant from The Atlantic Philanthropies will fund the global program aimed to address health inequities through 2028.
Mr. Gewirz’s steadfast support of Jewish life at GW carried a family tradition into its second century.
The historic U.S. House of Representatives vote today represents a vote for equality for more than 700,000 District residents, Dr. LeBlanc writes.
Professor Howie Huang led the development of a novel visual search engine for COVID-19 research papers.
The bust was found no longer affixed to its stand at 23rd and F streets.
The university anticipates a gradual return of employees to campuses starting on Monday, July 6.
The executive director of GW’s Cisneros Institute answers questions about what the court’s ruling means for DACA recipients.
Jay Goff has received national recognition for his higher education strategy and enrollment management efforts, which have increased enrollment, diversity, access, affordability and student success.
GW researchers create first efficient 2D material photodetector for telecom wavelengths, a discovery that has the potential to advance communications and computer systems.