New research from the Department of Biological Sciences finds that female fruit flies gain a genetic benefit from selective mating.
The annual Albert H. Small Symposium celebrated the institute joining GW.
GW community invited to share feedback on how the university should attract high-quality students and what educational opportunities GW should provide students.
Social engineer Rachel Tobac shares how hackers target accounts and what can be done to stop them.
The Illinois senator discussed those issues and President Trump’s foreign policy during a discussion at GW.
The Atlantic Philanthropies supports the Fitzhugh Mullan Institute for Health Workforce Equity’s training and leadership program and endowed professorship.
As flu season quickly approaches, the Colonial Health Center is encouraging everyone to get a flu shot before the end of October.
A GW panel discussed tactics to empower women globally to be active participants in their country’s economy.
GW community invited to share feedback on how to elevate doctoral programs to national preeminence and ensure high-quality graduate programming at all levels at Oct. 24 forum.
Halloween at the George Washington University Corcoran School of the Arts and Design is always a showcase for creativity, and this year's Corcoran Costume Ball was no exception.
Academic coordinator position endowed by Cotsen 1985 Trust to lead Cotsen Textile Traces Study Center, opening spring 2020.
Attendees stressed the importance of building a strong environment to support faculty and improve retention.
Three creators and architects of the Internet spoke at GW about challenges facing the computing field.
Elliott School Shapiro Professor Adm. Michelle Howard spoke about gender equality in the military and international peacekeeping.
The latest poll also found that the Massachusetts senator is the preferred second choice for Sanders and Biden voters and a strong sense of support for gun control measures.