GW MBA student David Mathison’s idea to improve health education for patients won first place in GW’s Business Plan Competition.
In a few days, an estimated 25,000 GW graduates, friends and families will gather on the National Mall for the collegiate rite of passage.
GW will increase tuition assistance for veterans enrolled in graduate programs.
The Global Language Network, created by GW alum Andrew Brown, offers free language classes to anyone in the Washington, D.C., area.
GW Law School alumnus J. Richard Knop has endowed a $1 million scholarship for law students.
Faculty approves new general education curriculum designed to emphasize analytical skills, diverse perspectives.
GW, D.C. community pay tribute to longtime dean of the Graduate School of Education and Human Development.
Innovation Task Force’s Learning/Teaching Committee highlights eight proposals to enhance academics at GW.
GW announces several new initiatives to research and promote sustainability.
EPA Administrator Lisa P. Jackson and a panel of environmental experts discuss climate change legislation at Planet Forward’s second GW event.
GW psychology doctoral students get practical training at nonprofit mental health clinic.
Obama administration officials announce changes to federal athletics law at GW.
GW space policy faculty members John Logsdon and Scott Pace analyze the White House’s vision for human spaceflight.
The Innovation Task Force Business Processes Committee offers a close-up look at its short list of seven top ideas.