Other World Affairs Council – Washington, D.C., honorees include U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan and journalist Judy Woodruff.
The Innovation Task Force is analyzing and prioritizing proposals aimed at enhancing the university’s academic enterprise and increasing the Innovation Fund.
The U.S. cannot afford to ignore the Arabian Peninsula, says Middle East expert and former ambassador Edward W. “Skip” Gnehm Jr.
GW research assistant volunteers as an emergency medical technician.
Provost and Vice President for Health Affairs John F. Williams discusses what the university is doing for Haiti and how students can help.
Larry King speaks to the George Washington community about his historical career.
University receives Educational Visionary Award at a Dec. 9 ceremony in support of the National Capital Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America.
Student organization GW TRAiLS offers outdoor adventure programs in the D.C. area and across the nation.
A new exhibit at the Luther W. Brady Gallery asks whether photographs are the new painting.
Plans are progressing for a GW-based center to further autism research.
Expert alumni panel examines the economic downturn, possible causes and solutions at New York event.
Steven Lerman will serve as second-in-command to President Knapp in new role.
Grants enable George Washington to spearhead three significant international affairs programs.
GW students and local senior citizens danced the night away at the eighth annual celebration.