The Virginia senator and GW alumnus brought friends, politicians to the Smith Center for his annual pickup basketball games.
A new paper by CCAS researcher Greg Wallace finds the connection between ASD traits and food neophobia could affect long-term health outcomes.
GWSB’s Center for International Business Education and Research will emphasize inclusive globalization during the 2018-2022 grant cycle.
The George Washington University International Services Office along with the GW Azerbaijani Students Association welcomed the Azerbaijani Ambassador to the U.S. Elin Suleymanov to the Ge
The Frank J. Fahrenkopf and Charles T. Manatt Lecture featured a GSPM alumni panel that discussed the midterms outcome and the 2020 presidential election.
President LeBlanc shared his vision for GW at a community reception in Atlanta.
Students received free tickets to hear former first lady speak—with a bonus visit from her husband, Barack Obama.
Students showed their work to representatives from over 50 colleges of art and design.
The CCAS International Buddy Program pairs international graduate students with mentors, helping new students get acquainted with D.C. and the university.
Around the Foggy Bottom campus, GW students expressed gratitude for the positive things in their lives.
A newly-released report brings to light more than 500 stories of missing and slain indigenous women and girls in cities across the U.S.
Politicians and journalists shared perspectives at SMPA event about how the new Democratic majority in the House will work with President Trump.
Journalist Ken Rosenthal told a GWSB audience that baseball’s aging fan base and slow pace are among the game’s problems.
A new paper identifies how fruit flies’ innate immune system responds to Zika virus, an early step in finding treatment.