Everything you need to finish the fall 2018 semester on a high note.
Student space is a priority in the new Foggy Bottom building.
“2020 Vision,” hosted by GW and Education Week, examined the landscape for teaching and learning after the 2018 midterm elections.
Gérard Araud said US-France relations need to be rebuilt with a new world order in mind.
Science published by federal agencies in the Trump administration has been politicized and undermined, according to a recent report from GW and other experts.
Liberata Mulamula, now an Elliott School visiting scholar, shared stories with the Women’s Leadership Program about her 35 years as a diplomat.
GW students celebrated religious diversity and reflected on their experiences with faith at the 17th annual event.
The senator from Vermont talked about his new book and what the Democratic Party must do to advance a progressive agenda.
The annual global day of giving back encourages the community to help students through philanthropy.
The Virginia senator and GW alumnus brought friends, politicians to the Smith Center for his annual pickup basketball games.
A new paper by CCAS researcher Greg Wallace finds the connection between ASD traits and food neophobia could affect long-term health outcomes.
GWSB’s Center for International Business Education and Research will emphasize inclusive globalization during the 2018-2022 grant cycle.
The George Washington University International Services Office along with the GW Azerbaijani Students Association welcomed the Azerbaijani Ambassador to the U.S. Elin Suleymanov to the Ge
The Frank J. Fahrenkopf and Charles T. Manatt Lecture featured a GSPM alumni panel that discussed the midterms outcome and the 2020 presidential election.