The GW community commenced celebration of the university’s founding and the legacy of its namesake with annual bonfire, food and games.
One year after GSPM hosted the British Parliament’s first hearings in the US on fake news and social media platforms, members of Britain’s House of Commons continue the conversation.
SEAS Professor Murray Loew is working with an interdisciplinary team to classify the condition of historical glass as part of a NEH-funded project.
National Girls and Women in Sports Day brought the three-time Olympic medalist back to campus as president of the Women’s Sports Foundation.
The fourth edition of the global event took place simultaneously in cities around the world and in D.C. at the French Embassy.
Neil Johnson, data science expert, found that decentralized systems are more efficient at reaching a target when its components are not overly capable.
Women with heart attack symptoms are less likely than men to receive aspirin and other evidence-based therapies during EMS care.
The announcement comes after five years leading the George Washington University School of Law.
This year’s Bokamoso youth residency at GW attempts to make sense of South African society 25 years after the end of Apartheid.
In Q & A, Chair Nelson Carbonell, Jr., explains the process and rationale for updating the statement.
Event honors the Lunar New Year with traditional song and dance.
During the keynote address for the 50th annual Black Heritage Celebration, Dr. Dyson explained why everyone should root for black people’s success.
Installation by Robin Bell is a prelude to the Corcoran’s upcoming retrospective on censored Robert Mapplethorpe exhibition.
GW students learned about corporate culture on the West Coast after visiting companies in San Francisco during winter break.
During the inaugural George Talks Business event, Dr. LeBlanc discussed ways the university will stay on the cutting edge of higher education.