More than half of the class of 2013 volunteered for GW’s first annual service day.
Russian writer Yevgeny Yevtushenko shares some of his renowned poems with sold-out crowd.
At the engineering school’s research competition, a booster for satellites shoots to the top.
Members of the university community celebrate meeting GW’s service challenge on the Mount Vernon Campus.
Two recent grants awarded to GW chemistry faculty situate the department on the forefront of practical research.
One researcher's quest to reveal the underpinnings of autism has far more at stake than scientific inquiry.
School of Business dean retires after 12-year tenure.
Two new awards will fund student research in a wide range of subjects.
In a few days, an estimated 25,000 GW graduates, friends and families will gather on the National Mall for the collegiate rite of passage.
GW Law School alumnus J. Richard Knop has endowed a $1 million scholarship for law students.
GW will increase tuition assistance for veterans enrolled in graduate programs.
The Global Language Network, created by GW alum Andrew Brown, offers free language classes to anyone in the Washington, D.C., area.