GW launches chapter of honors society for outstanding doctoral students and awards an inaugural fellowship.
As the university celebrates George Washington’s birthday, GW Today gets the scoop on the founding father from Professor Kenneth Bowling.
Vancouver is the 18th Olympics in a row for Dave Lubeski, George Washington’s sports information director.
Feedback from GW audiences will help the university most effectively communicate its strengths.
The Olympics present a unique opportunity for the university, says GW President Steven Knapp.
Students, faculty and staff complete 73,958 hours of community service.
Funds from GW’s Innovation Task Force will be used to double the number of Columbian College advisers.
Michael Morsberger comes most recently from Duke University.
GW’s Hampton Roads Center provides graduate courses to working professionals.
George Washington alumna and graduate student Elana Meyers wins bronze at the Vancouver Olympics.
A new exhibit at GW’s Luther W. Brady Art Gallery features work by Andy Warhol.
GW programs offer professional education and training for brain injury service providers.
In a letter to the GW community, President Steven Knapp addresses the tragedy in Haiti.