GW students and staff challenged themselves to restrict their weekly food spending to $28.75—the amount allotted to food stamp recipients.
Job sharing, virtual offices, and a centralized faculty and staff HR service center are some of the options Louis Lemieux, GW’s new chief human resources officer, is exploring.
In the first of a series on Bender Teaching Award winners, GW Today focuses on part-time Professor of History Christopher Tudda.
GW’s Early College Program enables some of D.C.’s best and brightest high school students to get a tuition-free jump start on college.
Vice president for research outlines six initial areas of focus.
Elmo and his Muppet friends joined Sesame Street executive producer Carol-Lynn Parente and longtime actress Sonia Manazano (“Maria”) to talk about the beloved children's show at GW.
Survey identifies areas of excellence and required improvement.
Former Metro spokesperson is GW’s new executive director of media relations.
GW raises awareness of hunger and homelessness with a food drive, Hunger Banquet, food stamp challenge, film screening and more, Nov. 16-21.
GW students will play a major role in the initiative to dramatically boost investment in learning and research.
An awards ceremony paying tribute to eight members of the GW community concludes two weeks of service celebrations.