$17.5 million in savings and new revenue identified toward ITF’s $60 million goal.
GW’s newest residence hall is the second GW building to receive LEED Gold certification.
A GW professor’s work on a NASA “nanosatellite” is pushing new ground for space-based research.
GW hosts White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders conference.
University strengthens its relationship with American University in Cairo.
President Steven Knapp moderates panel on manufacturing talent at annual conference.
University students join forces with Georgetown to volunteer with The Grassroots Project.
Barry R. Chiswick will lead the Economics Department beginning in January.
The GW community is invited to diversity forums Jan. 12 and Jan. 20.
The School of Nursing’s first undergraduate class received baccalaureate pins at a Dec. 6 ceremony.
GW hosts national conference for star high school science and engineering students.
A portrait of one of GW’s founders, often overshadowed, now has a presidential audience.
GW meets fundraising challenge and receives a six-figure gift from graduate.