U.S. Department of Education bestows blue ribbon status on GW partner School Without Walls.
The Egyptian immigrant and mother of two GW alumni is the university’s longest-serving housekeeper.
Funds will create Research Center for the Neglected Diseases of Poverty.
Sen. Mark Warner, B.A. ’77, and CNN’s Dana Bash, B.A. ’93, also speak to alumni at the Luther Rice Society event.
A $2.4 million grant to the GW Cancer Institute will help patients across Washington, D.C. get the care they need.
U.S. Department of Education recognizes GW as a National Resource Center on the Middle East.
Former President Jimmy Carter shares excerpts from his recently published diary.
GW’s Innovation Task Force moves forward on implementation planning for top six proposals.
Animal Planet host Jeff Corwin will kick off the 2010 Freshman Day of Service Sept. 11.
Adm. Thad Allen will share his experiences as national incident commander of the BP oil spill at GW Sept. 24.
Software would give scholars an electronic eye to help divine a painting’s past.