Experts at the Milken Institute School of Public Health warned that if urgent global action isn’t taken, we could soon be living in a post-antibiotic era.
In the fourth Presidential Distinguished Event Series, John Avlon, author and CNN commentator, discussed lessons from his book, “Washington’s Farewell.”
BuzzFeed editor Craig Silverman warned that disinformation may take new and frightening forms as the 2020 presidential election approaches.
Sarah Hirshland, CEO of the United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee, spoke at GW about the impact of sport in global development and highlighted reform in the national committee.
Students from Scott Jones' "Interior Materials and Color Theory" class visited the Washington Design Center last week.
As the SMHS director of Diversity and Inclusion, Grace Henry works to ensure there is equity and representation for everyone.
Edith Alejandra Leiva’s self-funded online bakery puts people first.
The new food hall, which will be located at 2000 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W., aims to open this fall.
Jakub Kostal, an assistant professor of chemistry, received a CAREER award for his research on how pesticides degrade when they’re exposed to light.
University of Virginia law Professor Dayna Bowen Matthew brings more than 30 years of legal and academic experience and a passion for public service and equity.
Meeting included updates from the strategic planning committees.
Events in Miami and Tampa brought out nearly 200 alumni, families and prospective students.
Co-host of “The Breakfast Club” discussed working in the male dominated hip hop culture at a Black Heritage Celebration event at GW.
Newest exhibition at the George Washington Museum and The Textile Museum is researched and presented by students in Denver Brunsman’s history class.