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.
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.
GW student and Fulbright scholar Anna Phillips created the nonprofit Girls Kick It!
A fellowship for students at GW’s Alexandria Graduate Education Center links scholarship dollars to service.
In the second in a series on the award winners, GW Today focuses on Assistant Professor of Management Tjai Nielsen.
Brady Gallery exhibit explores clothing, photographs and ephemera of the 1960s and 1970s.
Kim Acquaviva looks to make the University a leader in community-based aging research.
At the engineering school’s research competition, a booster for satellites shoots to the top.
Members of the university community celebrate meeting GW’s service challenge on the Mount Vernon Campus.
Two recent grants awarded to GW chemistry faculty situate the department on the forefront of practical research.