Human Resources gains a new associate vice president for HR Client Services.
GW’s Graduate School of Education and Human Development will prepare special needs educators with a $1.2 million grant.
Next week begins a season of events and workshops leading up to the GW Business Plan Competition.
Ousted from Turkey’s parliament for wearing a headscarf, GW's Merve Kavakci is an advocate for the rights of Muslim women.
The University’s annual open enrollment season for employee benefits lasts until Oct. 30.
GW wins a 2010 Washington Metropolitan Area Corporate Counsel Association award.
Three days of lectures, performances, musical acts and more marked this year’s Colonials Weekend.
GW community participates in National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week.
GW Police Department is adding officers, working to improve coordination with MPD in effort to keep campus safe.
Construction of the complex expected to begin next year.
Library’s research center is the nation’s first major labor resource to open in 30 years.
Thousands of GW families and friends will arrive on campus Oct. 15-17.