GW dance professor Dana Tai Soon Burgess and his company recently won a grant from the mayor’s office to run an Asian American youth program.
GW student’s disability, advocacy for stem cell research are the focus of an award-winning documentary.
GSEHD received $3.7 million in funding from the Department of Education for bilingual special education and tuition support for rehabilitation counseling programs.
GW’s Department of Microbiology, Immunology and Tropical Medicine celebrates 10 year anniversary.
GW Ph.D. candidate wins $4,000 award for his dissertation research.
GW student veterans, community members paid tribute to the nation’s veterans in the university’s third annual Veterans Day ceremony.
GW’s Graduate School of Political Management awards scholarships to students from across the nation devoted to a career in politics.
New graphic health warnings will be required on all cigarette packages and advertisements.
Bolstered basketball teams get ready to start season play.
Supreme Court Justice Breyer discusses his seminal 1970 article on copyright at GW Law symposium.
A record number of GW staff and faculty members were nominated for service excellence awards this year.
Karl Rove reflects on midterm elections, his college activist days at GW College Republicans event.
A new partnership between the university and the Phillips Collection is increasing educational opportunities for GW students.