Journalists, activists and authors talked about the impact the 1969 Stonewall riots had on the progress of LGBTQ rights.
The additional investment follows a review of areas in need of attention to support a community-oriented culture and benefit the student, faculty and staff experience.
The GW community’s feedback so far can be summarized in three words: “Better, not bigger,” Dr. LeBlanc writes.
The new role will help lead a “major reorientation” that focuses on “putting people first.”
Dr. Rice starts in the position on July 12, with a search to be conducted for a permanent director.
Chunlei Liang and Volker J. Sorger received the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers.
Posse scholar Shelby Singleton and Posse “Plusser” Flavio Corsi Mendez said the summit showed them new perspectives on sometimes controversial topics.
The AT&T Center for Indigenous Politics and Policy has released an app highlighting sites in the Washington area of importance to Native Americans.
Dianne Martin says her time working as a programmer leading up to the moon landing changed the course of her life.
GSPM’s Todd Belt analyzes the 20 candidates’ display of policy and personality on the crowded debate stage.
With extensive experience in academic and health care financial administration, Jared Abramson joined the university Monday.
GW President Thomas LeBlanc and university leadership gathered with alumni who serve in Congress, staff members and others who work in politics and government.
Your guide to the party as the United States celebrates its 243rd birthday. Plus an immersive indoor lawn party at the National Building Museum, an exhibition of scrapped plans for D.C. landmarks and more.
Senior Gavin Derleth plans to quantify and analyze the impact of gentrification on neighborhoods and members of the local community.