CCAS researcher Chris Rollston says 2,000-year-old pottery fragments could provide insight on a pivotal point in history.
Managed by the Office of Innovation & Entrepreneurship, the I+E Lab makes co-working and dedicated office space available to GW students and student groups.
GW launched its employee philanthropy campaign at a reception honoring faculty and staff donors.
The GW alumnus was a political commentator and staunch advocate for D.C. statehood.
At a George Talks Business event, the chair emeritus of the GW Board of Trustees discussed the lessons he’s learned through the years
The International Services Office hosted a festival to share unique cultures from around the world.
During a Colonials Weekend ceremony, the School of Business unveiled a historic bust of Benjamin Franklin to honor the namesake university that merged with GW in 1987.
The AIDS and Cancer Specimen Resource has been renewed for five years.
Professors Volker Sorger and Tarek El-Ghazawi are pioneering a new way of processing data using light that is faster and more energy efficient.
GW rate exceeds a national movement of increased college student voter participation.
A new paper by Matthew Kolmann, postdoctoral fellow, changes our understanding of how meat-eating fish and their closest relatives evolved.
Researchers and experts discussed how misinformation spreads and who benefits by it in final Colonials Weekend event.
The university honored five alumni for outstanding professional, volunteer and philanthropic achievement at the inaugural Spirit of GW Awards.
Members of the GW community met with President Thomas LeBlanc to discuss his vision for the university during Colonials Weekend.
Native Washingtonian Mark Lerner, B.B.A. ’75, shared his thoughts on how the sport can be improved during the next collective bargaining agreement.