A new Milken SPH study shows low-calorie sweetened beverage consumers also take in extra calories compared to children and teens who drink water.
Thirteen GW graduates comprise executive committee that will lead strategic planning for new association.
The program aims to help women reach their fullest potential in engineering.
Mr. Sethi oversaw reincarnation of the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design as part of GW and brought focus to advancing creative scholarship.
Matthew Ley has received the White House Correspondents’ Association scholarship for all four of his years at GW.
Dr. Gusterson will focus on writing a book about nuclear weapons testing in the post-Cold War era.
Students with record of highest academic achievement recognized at ceremony at the Marvin Center.
GW alumni offer words of wisdom to those poised to follow in their footsteps.
Annual thesis exhibition features art from graduating students in every medium.
Professor Christopher Cahill will chair the 18-member group to identify next chief academic officer.
Kristalina Georgieva shared her perspectives on the progress of the world’s economic development during a George Talks Business event.
Annual ceremony rewards standout work in teaching, research, service, mentorship and other academic fields.
The GW American Parliamentary Debate Society credits the team’s success to a culture of diversity and inclusion.
The Center for Student Engagement hosted a reception for students, faculty and staff who contribute to life on campus and in the surrounding D.C. community.
Members of the GW faculty will speak about the most pressing technology issues of the day at the annual eMerge Americas Conference in Miami Beach.