Catch a screening of star-studded short film "Brave Girl Rising," learn about D.C.’s spy scene during World War II, practice yoga on the National Mall and more.
Before the George Washington gymnastics team hit the floor of Oklahoma City’s Cox Convention Center for the Perfect 10 Challenge, Mayor David Holt helped them settle in, and awarded the team
University partnered with Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce for the event.
Ms. Altman is building a nonprofit, LEAD, to reduce stigma and become the industry standard for mental health education in schools and youth-serving organizations.
As a Title IX investigator, Ms. Reynolds works to make sure GW promotes fairness in the most holistic way.
The GW sophomore has been training five hours a day to compete against short track’s rising stars.
Former GW Law student William Barr was sworn-in as the head of the U.S. Department of Justice.
Exhibit at the GW Museum and The Textile Museum also includes civil rights works “The Problem We All Live With” and “Murder in Mississippi.”
Emphasis on student experience for first years a high priority.
A preclinical study of deactivated platelets promises new approach to treating diseases.
The university placed among the top research institutions for generating Fulbright students, with a total of 11 students accepting the award in the 2018-2019 year.
In the third George Talks Business event, the founder and co-owner of Farmers Restaurant Group explained his philosophies on time management and entrepreneurship
The university diverted more waste and increased its reuse in fiscal year 2017, a progress report from Sustainable GW shows.
Dr. LeBlanc outlined context for GW’s next steps and Dean Brigety reported on the state of the Elliott School.
The event sponsored by the GW Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta sorority covered a range of topics from slavery to the blackface controversy surrounding the Virginia governor.