University almost halfway to earning First Lady Michelle Obama as Commencement speaker.
Francys Subiaul probes autism and the evolution of cultural learning in a partnership with the Smithsonian National Zoo.
Senior Andi Israel is conducting research on the District's homeless.
As 2009 draws to a close, GW Today looks back on some highlights of the fall semester.
David Grier’s Obscure and Difficult Readings in International Affairs course is a favorite with students.
GW’s young team features highest-rated recruiting class in the Atlantic 10.
Partnership for Eritrea celebrates historic graduation of medical students and pediatric residents.
GW makes merry with the annual holiday party and a range of charitable initiatives.
Rwandan “slow foods movement” coffee shop opens in Foggy Bottom.
Alumna chronicles her years working in the Clinton administration in a new memoir.
Panel of administrators discusses sustainability challenges and opportunities at GW.
Task force’s learning/teaching group focuses on enhancing GW’s academic mission.
In a letter to the GW community, President Knapp details a fund that will enable the University to honor its pledge to quadruple philanthropic support for student aid.
Alumna Sona Iliffe-Moon manages Toyota’s U.S. media relations efforts.