From intellectual property to cancer research, GW is forging myriad partnerships with Indian institutions.
GW community members serve across the U.S. through Alternative Breaks Program.
GW faculty and students help Smithsonian launch new Hall of Human Origins.
GW professor’s years undercover with evangelical Christians results in a new book highlighted in Oprah Magazine.
Hands-on class prepares GW students to work as technicians in emergency rooms.
Olympic medalist and former GW softball star Elana Meyers returns to the university for a charity event.
Experts, including Madoff attorney Ira Lee Sorkin, J.D. ’68, examine the scandal that left the financial world reeling a year ago.
Haiti’s First Lady Elisabeth Delatour Preval discusses reconstructing the country's education system.
Two contests from GW’s Facilities Department are encouraging the University to be greener.
Other World Affairs Council – Washington, D.C., honorees include U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan and journalist Judy Woodruff.
GW Professor Sean Roberts’ fluency in Russian scores him an interview with Washington Capitals players.