GW Nursing recently launched the second phase of a study that will determine how to implement best practices for patient-centered care.
The prestigious award highlights the work of undergraduate researchers who plan to pursue careers in the natural sciences, engineering or mathematics.
GW students, faculty and staff shared priorities at listening sessions led by search committee and executive placement firm AGB Search.
The senate adopted resolutions lauding outgoing Board of Trustees Chair Nelson Carbonell Jr., expanding scope of Educational Policy Committee.
Commencement week at the George Washington University begins Tuesday, with a week of events celebrating the achievements of its graduates culminating in the university-wide 2019 Commencement ceremo
Nearly nine out of every 10 graduates secured post-graduate plans within six months after graduation, the survey found.
A gift from GW alumnus and former Trustee Jay Katzen will support directorship at the GW Cancer Center.
Associate Professor Lorena Barba recently presented findings from the congressionally-mandated report on Capitol Hill.
The GW Innovation Center students are using virtual reality to bring Dr. Goodall’s message of environmental conservation to a new generation.
Rep. Jennifer Wexton hosted the annual competition at the Virginia Science and Technology Campus where more than 235 entries from students across Virginia’s 10th District were exhibited.
Students took a break from studying for final exams to unwind at a petting zoo and the annual Chalk-In.
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Adam Brown, a student in the Graduate School of Political Management, worked on his first presidential campaign at age 7.
It’s finally time: Celebrate graduating students and the end of the school year during Commencement Week. Plus get a taste of Hawaiian culture, craft with Textile Museum experts at Family Day and more.
Christine Lagarde shared her thoughts on the world’s momentum for economic development during a George Talks Business event.
Danya Sherman’s KnoNap company wins top prize during the university’s first participation in the annual tech conference that links Latin America to the world.