The changes respond to feedback from students and aim to improve the student experience.
Dr. Sotomayor, a pioneer in the field of lymphoma research and treatment, has been leading GW’s Cancer Center since 2015.
The sale of a portion of royalty rights will boost GW’s growth as a preeminent research university.
The Office of Innovation and Entrepreneurship partners with the Korea Innovation Center to incubate promising Korean technology startups.
A team of interdisciplinary GW faculty was recently awarded $2.8 million to develop curriculum on social determinants of health and telehealth technology.
The annual festivals celebrate GW staff for their contributions to the university with fun activities, food and music.
Students in the Native American Political Leadership Program interned with the first Native American women elected to Congress.
A bench on campus honors the Nobel laureate and Pulitzer Prize winner who spoke at the university in 2011.
Ed Gillis has more than 40 years of higher education experience.
Senior Noelle Purcell hopes to create a paleosol morphology guide that would help researchers in the field estimate environmental conditions of the past.
University programming through the Center for Student Engagement aims to recognize the strengths that first-generation students bring to GW.
The GW Summer Startup Accelerator helps students and alumni launch their businesses.
Interdisciplinary teams of GW scholars presented their findings on the impact of race and racism in the marketplace at an international conference.
The Milken Institute School of Public Health professor recently represented the U.S. in a field hockey tournament for athletes over age 60.The Milken Institute School of Public Health professor recently represented the U.S. in a field hockey tournament for athletes over age 60.