Barbara von Barghahn has been recognized by Portugal for her research.
Two-day conference at GW sponsored by The Economist examines what’s ahead for the United States and the world.
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.
D.C. special education students explore post-secondary options, gain work experience through partnership with GW.
Fox host John Stossel denounces government intervention in free market in address to GW students.
By setting modern subjects in archaic contexts, William Atkins’ photographs encourage viewers to consider what is timeless.
Alumnus John Gallagher and his wife, co-owners of a beverage company, have created a charity to support poor children in Peru.
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.
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.
In the fourth of a series on the award winners, GW Today focuses on Associate Professor of Health Policy Joel Teitelbaum.