Employees came together on two campuses for karaoke, photo booths, games and snacks.
University and academic physician practice create strategic alignment.
Knowledge in Action Career Internship Fund (KACIF) grant recipients explained how the grant propelled them closer to their goals.
A research team was awarded $2.4 million to evaluate the impact of the nervous system on non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.
Painting, photography and woodworking are among classes available to non-degree students.
A GWSB course in personal finance that helped graduate student Charlinda Sims figure out how to repay her student loans will be open to undergraduate students for the first time in the spring.
Victor Dzau, president of the National Academy of Medicine, said researchers must consider the ethical and social consequences of medical breakthroughs.
Annual tradition offers students a break from preparing for final exams with food and fun.
Igor Efimov, a SEAS professor who specializes in developing novel therapies for heart diseases, was nominated for his contributions to innovation.
Research on Hurricane Maria, successful congressional races and high-profile visitors like Bernie Sanders and Ruth Bader Ginsburg marked the most popular stories of the semester.
Edward W. Gnehm, Jr., vice dean and Kuwait Professor of Gulf and Arabian Peninsula Affairs at the Elliott School of International Affairs, was appointed U.S.
The group also passed resolutions recommending changes to policy on prohibited relationships with students, Faculty Code.
University staff recognized for years of service with ceremonies and words of thanks from GW leadership.