GW President Thomas LeBlanc and university leadership gathered with alumni who serve in Congress, staff members and others who work in politics and government.
Senior Gavin Derleth plans to quantify and analyze the impact of gentrification on neighborhoods and members of the local community.
Alumnus Scott Burnotes brings more than 15 years of higher education, emergency management and campus safety and security experience to the role.
The Milken Institute SPH study said parents may worry their child will face bullying or harassment.
GW President Thomas LeBlanc and the Center for Excellence in Public Leadership host a celebration that honored extraordinary public servants.
During the inaugural Health Workforce Equity Summit, Leana Wen said that it is a critical time to be part of the reproductive health workforce.
Pride Month is celebrated annually in June to honor the 1969 Stonewall Uprising in Greenwich Village in New York City, which was a tipping point for the Gay Liberation Movement in the United States
Students are studying what kind of insects spend their days feeding off Foggy Bottom flowers to better understand how to support the local ecosystem.
The senator and presidential candidate delivered a rebuke to “unfettered capitalism” and proposed an “economic bill of rights” during speech at GW.
The school will offer two graduate level courses that aim to provide experiential and skills-based learning for students and working professionals.
Ms. Koehler most recently has overseen the Enrollment and the Student Experience unit and improvements to access, diversity and retention efforts.
A study led by Avi Dor, Milken Institute SPH professor of health policy and management, found the 2016 law led to an increase in vaccination rates.
Former Sen. Elizabeth Dole received a lifetime achievement award, and other government employees were honored by GW for exceptional work in the public sector.