GW’s South Hall is the first university building in the District to earn LEED Gold certification.
Thao-Anh Tran, B.A. ’09, is spending a year in China researching local communities and Korean-Chinese relations.
Senior Hussain Nadim believes centuries-old Islamic scholarship can be used to counter ultra-conservatism.
GW Law School alumna becomes personal attorney for President Obama.
Instead of tailgating, the partners at CRAFT Media Digital say they lived political management as GW students.
GW professor and former federal regulator discusses mine safety after deadly accident.
Program equips law enforcement professionals with the latest skills.
Search committee for new associate provost for diversity and inclusion also named.
The renovation of GW’s main athletic and campus event facility begins its final phase this spring.
GW’s crash analysis center receives grant to study the safety of light-weight materials.
GW gives out full scholarships to nine D.C. high school seniors.
Amy B. Cohen will lead the university’s new Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service.