The National Research Council leader and education policy expert will join GW on Sept. 1.
NBA veteran and former UConn star Donyell Marshall will join the Colonials.
School of Business students travel to South Africa to explore the ins and outs of the 2010 World Cup.
Nearly 30 years ago, GW physician Joseph Giordano headed the trauma team that saved Ronald Reagan’s life.
Former presidential political advisers weigh in on this fall’s midterm elections at a GW event.
A new “one-stop shop” is assisting GW employees with human resources, parking, payroll and more.
President Steven Knapp and high-profile alumni bring focus on GW student veterans to conference on volunteering and service.
GW unveils the second phase of its unified website. The new site will provide a consistent and easy-to-navigate online user experience within the schools and colleges websites.
The university has completed initial architecture and engineering work for a building to be dedicated to science and engineering learning and discovery.
GW’s Medieval and Early Modern Studies Institute funds five students’ summer research projects.
Set to retire at the end of 2010, Donald R. Lehman reflects on how GW has changed since he arrived 45 years ago.
History comes alive for GW students on study abroad course in Greece and Turkey.