Nearly 200 GW medical students spent a day on on Capitol Hill learning firsthand about health care reform and advocacy.
David H. Shinn is a three-time GW alumnus, professor and former ambassador to two African countries.
Freshman Anita Davidson is part of a team competing for $10 million to create a car that can get 100 miles per gallon.
When Shelly Heller interviewed for her first job in the mid-1960s with bachelor’s degree in chemistry in hand, she was told women were hired as secretaries, not scientists.
Ten GW seniors brushed up on their social and business graces in a special event at celebrated restaurant Morton’s.
GW Graduate School of Political Management’s Politics Online Conference 2010 addresses everything from the iPad to copyright law.
Fulbright scholar Daniela Chacon Arias plans to use her GW learning and experience to found a public affairs nonprofit in her native Ecuador.
Brady Gallery exhibition highlights multidisciplinary work by artist Nancy Graves.
Journalism professor Steven Roberts dedicated his new book to his GW students.
Professor of Geography and Geosciences George Stephens is remembered as a dedicated and caring teacher.
A documentary by Jonathan Neil Schneider, B.B.A. ’84, tackles campaign finances.
The creators of the GW tag on the Roosevelt Memorial Bridge reflect on its 10th anniversary, and how the sign almost never happened.
From the Olympics to the operating room, GW’s mechanical and aerospace engineers are at the forefront of research.
At the engineering school’s research competition, a booster for satellites shoots to the top.