The university paid tribute to veterans with its first Veterans Awareness Week, culminating with today’s ceremony in Kogan Plaza.
Darrell Darnell, senior associate vice president for safety and security, will present and a panel of university officials will answer questions at tonight’s forum.
The retired Army general and former U.S. secretary of state will deliver a keynote address during the university’s 2012 Global Forum next March.
Fellows earn GW master’s degrees while working on Capitol Hill.
Students from diverse faith traditions share food and understanding during annual Interfaith Dinner.
CBS News chief foreign correspondent Lara Logan spoke about her experiences on the frontlines at the Kalb Report Nov. 7.
Grant will enhance community gardens, which provides nutritious food to local nonprofit.
First-year students in a Dean’s Seminar curate exhibit in Classroom 102.
Experts examine national myths and international models in emergency medicine in first of new seminar series.
GW faculty provide abdominal aortic aneurysm ultrasounds, vision testing and urological screenings for veterans during a Redskins game.
In her new book, Assistant Professor of English Holly Dugan investigates the influence of olfaction in early modern England.
Antonin Scalia champions constitutional originalism in address at GW.
The Office of Veteran Services will mark the week with a series of events.
Senior Tim Quinn placed first in the final rounds of the contest held in the university’s City View Room Sunday.