GSPM’s Todd Belt analyzes what the results of the Democratic contests in New Hampshire and Iowa mean going forward.
The GW community is urged to review the reports and provide feedback by March 6.
A new paper by CCAS professor Neil Johnson finds a mathematical pattern in human conflict using data science.
GW took over the National Portrait Gallery for a night of fun and dancing.
GW President Thomas LeBlanc said students and parents want colleges to prepare them for the job market.
President LeBlanc also apologized for recent remarks and reiterated commitment to GW community.
The university placed among the top research institutions for generating Fulbright students, with a total of 12 students accepting the award in the 2019-2020 year.
The Board of Trustees voted for a moderate increase for incoming undergraduate students.
SMPA student Lauren Peller reported on President Trump’s impeachment proceedings as a Capitol Hill intern for a national news network.
A new study by a GW team suggests that encountering police or trying to avoid those encounters both increase depressive symptoms.
Students, faculty and staff discussed their vision for GW’s future during a series of Strategic Campus and Facilities Master Plan workshops. Members of the university community can also submit feedback online.
Ferguson activist and author Brittany Packnett –Cunningham launched 2020 heritage celebration with the theme “Reclaiming our Renaissance.”
GSEHD professor Shaista E. Khilji’s research explores individual experiences of inequality in organizations and its lasting impact.
David Michaels, a GW professor and former Obama administration official, talks about his new book and how manufactured studies harm consumers.
Officials share tips to prevent the spread of respiratory viruses and urge members of the community to avoid close contact with people who are sick.