Fox host John Stossel denounces government intervention in free market in address to GW students.
Feb. 22 marks the 150th anniversary of the George Washington statue in Washington Circle.
Jason Zara, winner of SEAS' 2009 Outstanding Teaching Award for assistant professors, guides students in GW’s biomedical engineering program.
GW invests $1 million to support service-related Federal Work Study.
One of D.C.’s only public alleys, GW’s Hippodrome offers bowling, billiards, foosball and more.
Elizabeth Davis’ comparative management class spent 10 days in Eastern Europe studying emergent markets – and Dracula.
GW’s equestrian team is a disciplined, close-knit group of students who compete against local universities.
Anouar Majid, author of We Are All Moors, says medieval history could shed light on modern problems.
When Shelly Heller interviewed for her first job in the mid-1960s with bachelor’s degree in chemistry in hand, she was told women were hired as secretaries, not scientists.
The inaugural event for the Association for Social Media and Higher Education explores how the U.S. military had tapped social media.
New technology to curb driver fatigue gets closer to hitting the streets.
Fulbright scholar Daniela Chacon Arias plans to use her GW learning and experience to found a public affairs nonprofit in her native Ecuador.
Nutrition activist proposes plan to reduce unemployment, obesity and hunger.
GW expert Daniel Kaniewski discusses the magnitude of the disaster in Haiti and the myriad challenges facing the international relief effort.