Researchers from the GW Computational Biology Institute are exploring how the HIV virus is spreading and developing drug resistance.
Dr. LeBlanc provides an update on the university’s planning around COVID-19, previously referred to as the novel coronavirus.
One of the last events for this year’s Black Heritage Celebration featured a step show from black Greek organizations across the DMV area.
The GW community is urged to review the reports and provide feedback by March 6.
Faculty voiced concerns about the university’s strategic planning process and institutional culture initiative.
Freddie Mac CEO David Brickman shared at a George Talks Business event how the real-estate market is adjusting to millennials' postponing homeownership.
Dr. Brigety will remain dean of the Elliott School through the end of the spring semester.
Democrats blamed foreign powers, Republicans faulted the media, according to the GW Politics Poll.
GW officials said community members should stay informed through trustworthy sources as the situation evolves.
The exhibition, closing March 22, celebrates artists from the Caribbean diaspora in Miami.
This historic D.C. neighborhood brings together Eastern Market, a beautiful landscape and a wealth of cultural opportunities.
There is no reason to believe any member of the GW community is at a higher risk for contracting this virus.
SEAS Assistant Professor Saniya LeBlanc received a CAREER award to support her goal of manufacturing devices that convert waste heat to usable energy.
For the third consecutive year, the university took the top spot on Peace Corps’ list of medium-sized colleges and universities.