Experts on global economics and diplomacy spoke at GW about the impact of China’s massive economy.
A master’s degree program at the law school offers an alternative to a traditional law degree for those outside of the legal profession.
The university collaborated with the American Association of People with Disabilities to offer a certificate program in disability advocacy.
Corcoran School hosts exhibition of rejected cartoons by ex-Pittsburgh Post-Gazette cartoonist Rob Rogers.
Artist Kit White gifted 82 drawings from his bestselling book in honor of gallery’s late namesake.
CCAS student Maggie Moss will analyze ancient volcanic ash to learn more about the supervolcano’s heat source.
The new Office of Student Success is among the changes that aim to improve the student experience.
Activist Shaun King spoke to high school students at the International Baccalaureate World Student Conference about advocating for their beliefs and remaining hopeful for change.
Experts from the utility industry and government spoke at GW about securing the country’s critical energy infrastructure.
Dr. Brady was a GW alumnus, trustee emeritus, world-renowned oncologist and passionate arts advocate.
Report finds GW is an “impressive example of a nationally recognized urban research university.”
The military-affiliated graduate students will pursue degrees in international space policy and translational health sciences.
The new, two-week GW Pre-College program introduced selected high school students to healthcare career paths.
Simple lubricants transform from liquid to a solid-like film under extreme conditions, according to findings by a GW research team.