GW’s School of Engineering and Applied Science, which opened its doors in October 1884, is celebrating its anniversary with a birthday party, lecture series and gala.
Dozens ride in the fourth annual Mount Vernon to Mount Vernon Bike Tour.
Former Vice President Walter Mondale headlines Public Affairs Project Conversation Series.
An exhibition at GW Hospital features dozens of works created by Washington, D.C.'s homeless.
The secretary of homeland security told law students that all Americans must assume a shared sense of responsibility in keeping the country safe.
A dedicated team of peer advisers guide GW students through the study abroad process.
GW presents Colin Powell Public Service Award to Veterans Affairs’ Tammy Duckworth, launches Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service.
Online publication to be primary source of information for University.
GW’s Laboratory for Evolutionary Neuroanatomy investigates human evolution through an examination of mammal brains.
An exhibition at GW’s Virginia Campus provides a rare window into some of the highest-profile trials of recent decades.
Thousands of GW families and friends are on campus Oct. 16-18. Highlights include performances by Jon Stewart and Octoberfest.
Program equips law enforcement professionals with the latest skills.
GW women’s athletics is supporting the fight against breast cancer through a season-long initiative.
The Treasury Department official discusses his decision to drastically cut executive pay at companies receiving federal bailout funds.