U.S. Department of Education bestows blue ribbon status on GW partner School Without Walls.
Obama cabinet secretaries and senior officials join sustainability author and GW president for GreenGov Symposium, Oct. 5.
Thousands of alumni are returning to campus for the university’s annual celebration.
This evening’s event with Jimmy Carter, which was scheduled to be held at Lisner Auditorium, has been canceled because of the former president’s ill health.
Alumnus Hussain Nadim is the student coordinator for the Prime Minister’s Flood Relief Fund at the Pakistani Embassy.
Recent graduate Thomas Richards is hitting the right operatic notes.
Latest Politico-GW Battleground Poll finds voter frustration with the country’s direction.
GW TRAiLS offers students a variety of programming this fall.
Ferid Murad will deliver the first address in GW’s Nobel Laureate Distinguished Lecture Series, Sept. 29.
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.
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.