Nate Fassnacht taken by Philadelphia, Dom D'Alessandro taken by Boston.
The Program on Extremism report finds that IS sympathizers work within private channels and groups to share propaganda and guide operations.
A new paper by CCAS researcher Keryn Gedan examines the body of research on land conversion driven by sea-level rise.
A recent GW Center for Washington Area Studies report reviewed housing in the D.C. area.
The U.S. secretary of Veterans Affairs and the university community honored Don A. Balfour, a GW alumnus who was the first in history to receive the GI Bill education benefit.
Mary Tschirhart will begin her appointment as the school’s newly-appointed director in August.
Patricia Carocci has more than 25 years of experience in development and alumni relations.
In his first international trip as president, Dr. LeBlanc shared his vision for the university.
Katina Sawyer, with a grant from the National Science Foundation, will lead a study on gender-inclusive workplace behaviors to identify problems and create solutions.
John Lach, University of Virginia professor of electrical and computer engineering, is a respected academic leader, educator and researcher who works across disciplines.
Ben Toll, director of recruitment and outreach, will serve as interim dean of undergraduate admissions.
Board of Trustees chair is feted as he steps down after 17 years as a trustee.
Ms. Guthrie delivered the university’s graduation address Sunday on the National Mall.
Graduates and the GW community celebrated graduates' accomplishments and looked to the future.
As graduates took to the National Mall Sunday to celebrate their time at George Washington University during Commencement, some took the opportunity to share what those years meant to them.