The journalist, author and former Clinton adviser came to GW to celebrate the school’s acquisition of the History News Network.
Due to the weather, students enjoyed indoor activities during the annual Mount Vernon Campus’ Fountain Day.
Autistic young adults from the Washington, D.C., area join students at Milken Institute SPH to share their experiences and areas of need.
Six members of the GW faculty will demonstrate their innovative work on issues like data privacy and cancer treatment at the annual eMerge Americas Conference in Miami Beach.
A panel of conservative journalists and a media critic debated conservative media coverage of the Trump administration at SMPA.
Nicolas Reeves, an Elliott School Dean’s Scholar, balances research on tourism with life as a student athlete.
Annual dinner brings together GW students with donors whose philanthropy enabled their education.
André Gonzales was one of 62 award winners for his work as a student advocate and educational activist.
GW students showcased more than 600 posters and competed for prizes at the annual two-day event.
Provost Forrest Maltzman also was recognized and President Thomas LeBlanc provided an update on the university’s progress and future.
One year after the fund was created, investment managers discussed the progress of the SIF.
Members of GW chapter of the Society for Physics Students share their passion for learning in STEM workshops with local children.
Elliott School senior David Perron transitioned from foreign policy to management consulting, will start working at Ernst & Young in the fall.
This year’s Paul O’Dwyer endowed lecture explored the ethics of political leaders using fear to motivate people to act.
A new study ranks GW among the top colleges and universities making progress toward clean energy, and names it the best for its efforts to use solar power.