The university has completed initial architecture and engineering work for a building to be dedicated to science and engineering learning and discovery.
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.
Set to retire at the end of 2010, Donald R. Lehman reflects on how GW has changed since he arrived 45 years ago.
GW’s Medieval and Early Modern Studies Institute funds five students’ summer research projects.
History comes alive for GW students on study abroad course in Greece and Turkey.
An interactive camp at GW’s Virginia Science and Technology Campus is providing Loudoun County female students with a wealth of career ideas.
Legal experts from Bush and Clinton administrations examined the political climate of the Supreme Court at GW June 22.
From Africa to Asia, Crystal Bae, B.A. ’10, is trying to see as much of the world as she can.
In her published works, alumna Kathleen Rooney draws on her own, and often unique, experiences while exploring different literary styles.
President Knapp speaks to Al Akhawayn University’s class of 2010.
Incoming freshmen get a preview of their next four years at CI.