The former secretary of state visited GW with her daughter, activist Chelsea Clinton, as part of the Presidential Distinguished Event Series.
This is the first large organized effort to search for improvements in research, treatment and education for myasthenia gravis, a chronic autoimmune disease.
2019 GLMA Achievement Award marks the program’s contributions to improved health outcomes for the LGBTQ community.
President Thomas LeBlanc told the Board of Trustees the committees will organize outreach and engagement opportunities over the coming month.
Members of the GW community said tension in the city was visible during a visit just weeks before the demonstrations began
Committees of faculty, staff and students will collect input and develop recommendations. A task force of trustees, faculty and other constituents also has formed.
The university will improve security in residential, academic and administrative buildings.
The report finds that overall reported crime in 2018 declined or remained flat at the university.
Around the Foggy Bottom campus, GW students express what they are looking forward to this autumn.
A new paper co-authored by Professor Andrew Barr highlights the potential impact of future large animal extinctions.
New unit will provide a single destination for instructors in search of teaching solutions.
David M. Rubenstein, co-founder of the Carlyle Group, discussed his path to financial success at George Talks Business.
These two residential Maryland neighborhoods offer quirky atmospheres, delicious food, woodland walks and easy shopping for those looking for a quick trip out of town.
Dan Crenshaw discussed fiscal conservatism as the GW College Republicans’ fall speaker.
Heather Berry, who won the 2019 Trachtenberg Prize for Teaching Excellence, will deliver a lecture Oct. 3 on the role differences and distance play in international business.