GW TRAiLS offers students a variety of programming this fall.
Adm. Thad Allen, M.P.A. ’86, spoke about his role as a national incident commander and received GW's Colin Powell Public Service Award at GW Sept. 24.
Adm. Thad Allen, M.P.A. ’86, spoke about his role as a national incident commander and received GW’s Colin Powell Public Service Award at GW Sept. 24.
SPHHS Dean Lynn Goldman receives award for reducing pediatric exposure to pesticides.
Former university fundraiser Aristide J. Collins Jr. is named GW’s new executive director of board relations and university secretary.
University increases undergraduate financial aid in response to student need.
GW Professor Adele Logan Alexander and her daughter, poet Elizabeth Alexander, were selected to participate in Saturday’s National Book Festival.
GW Department of Health Policy releases first-ever report on the individual costs of obesity.
Best-selling author Jonathan Franzen reads and signs books at GW tomorrow night.
A panel of experts discusses China, India and Russia at the Elliott School of International Affairs.
Kalb Report kicks off semester with program on history, future of presidential debates.
The papers of legendary journalist Jack Anderson, which were recently opened to the public, are housed at GW.
A panel of top research universities looks ahead at expanding partnerships and navigating pitfalls.