GW President Emeritus Stephen J. Trachtenberg and co-editors Gerald B. Kauvar and E. Gordon Gee discuss their new book and its lessons for higher education leaders.
Jerome Adams, U.S. surgeon general, said nurses need to be advocates and leaders that tear down stigma around addiction.
At Teaching Day, an expert discussed how faculty can use research on academic dishonesty to design more effective learning environments.
Survey of faculty and staff to launch in mid-October.
Legendary journalist’s latest book, “Fear,” depicts “a White House going through a nervous breakdown.”
A comprehensive review of the GW student code of conduct will begin this fall, the first such review since 1996.
Experts in regulatory affairs discussed the impact of the field’s longstanding guidelines on agency rulemaking and their impact under the Trump administration.
GW alumni outreach efforts to become part of the Office of Alumni Relations.
Members of the GW community connected with local resources and built emergency kits at the annual event.
The report finds that overall reported crime has declined or remained flat at the university.
Rice Hall occupants will vacate the building by the end of 2018.
Law professor Naomi Cahn explores what would constitute a fair hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
The “Meet the Press” host talked at GW about the Supreme Court nominee, the U.S. deputy attorney general and campaigns to discredit mainstream media.
This year’s conference on the Foggy Bottom campus will highlight GW’s research efforts in the sciences, engineering, public health and medicine.
Jennifer Rizzotti is serving as assistant coach for the U.S. women’s basketball team in the ongoing FIBA World Cup in Spain.