GW Graduate School of Political Management’s Politics Online Conference 2010 addresses everything from the iPad to copyright law.
David H. Shinn is a three-time GW alumnus, professor and former ambassador to two African countries.
Freshman Anita Davidson is part of a team competing for $10 million to create a car that can get 100 miles per gallon.
Michael Freedman, executive director of GW’s Global Media Institute, addresses news conference in Honolulu.
Alumni Chris Abraham and Mark Harrison, who met on GW’s crew team, run a Washington, D.C.-based digital PR company that has a global reach.
GW School of Business alumnus Mehir Desai’s work with the World Bank and USAID has taken him to Uganda, Afghanistan and Iraq.
By setting modern subjects in archaic contexts, William Atkins’ photographs encourage viewers to consider what is timeless.
A special message from Meghan Chapple-Brown, director of the GW Office of Sustainability
Bob Graham and Jim Talent, who lead a bipartisan commission assessing the threat posed by weapons of mass destruction, present findings at GW.
Dr. Pothier was instrumental in the creation of GW’s float for President Obama’s inaugural parade.
Karen Ahlquist, chair of GW’s Department of Music, reflects on the department’s past and future.
GW physicians and student help find 16 people buried under rubble in Haiti.
From the Olympics to the operating room, GW’s mechanical and aerospace engineers are at the forefront of research.
Journalism professor Steven Roberts dedicated his new book to his GW students.