Richard Weitz, B.A. ’91, organizes intimate, invite-only Zoom concerts that have become a way for celebrities to help their communities.
Students, faculty and other members of the university community continue volunteer and service-learning projects amid the COVID-19 crisis.
Members of faculty will consult regularly with the administration in the coming weeks on planning in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Diana Burley, GSEHD professor and global cybersecurity expert, gives tips for avoiding phishing and website scams during the crisis.
A gallery of featured work by Corcoran student artists.
Solar panels installed on roofs of five buildings on the Foggy Bottom campus.
The current pandemic crisis has caused an existential threat to all institutions of higher learning including the George Washington University (GW).
GW employees who are able should continue teleworking until further notice.
Reports included messages of gratitude, plans for the university’s future as GW concludes the spring semester.
A new project aims to test George Washington University healthcare workers for signs of infection, immunity and to answer critical questions about the virus.
Video messages from graduates, music performances of the alma mater and fight song, and words of wisdom from leadership help mark an unprecedented day.
University will prepare a new generation of leaders to recognize and consider the societal implications of new technologies.
Joneigh S. Khaldun, MD, MPH ’13, is leading Michigan’s public health response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
We asked the GW Class of 2020 to share messages with their graduating class—a person they'd like to thank, a memory they'll take with them or advice for each other as they navigate their futures.