Jenna Weissman Joselit, who was recently named director of Judaic studies, outlines her vision for the program and discusses her research on food and American Jewish culture.
Veteran officer James Isom will serve as interim GW police chief; search for safety and security leader underway.
GW hosts in-depth event examining how to rebuild after the devastating earthquake.
GW secures $4.6 million grant to develop certificate programs in health IT.
GW launches institute to study four key areas of sustainability.
The Innovation Task Force issues its initial recommendations and invites the GW community to weigh in at a series of upcoming meetings.
As the president’s summit convenes, Douglas Shaw, associate dean at the Elliott School, discusses nuclear security and the administration’s efforts.
GW’s South Hall is the first university building in the District to earn LEED Gold certification.
Legendary White House journalist Helen Thomas headlines GW’s 10th annual Women’s Leadership Conference.
GW’s English Department gains Pulitzer Prize winner Edward P. Jones.