With suburban charm and the amenities of a big city, the Northeast D.C. neighborhood offers residents and visitors the best of both worlds.
Mr. Diaz discusses how he views his role, the university’s financial health, how he will be involved in the strategic initiatives, and what he wants you to know about him.
Traditional pinning ceremony welcomed 50 students into the health care field.
David Diemert, an associate professor of microbiology and immunization expert, talked about why vaccinations are critical to public health.
Associate Professor Shannon McFarlin will lead the anatomical component of a collaborative grant at three long-term great ape study sites.
A CCAS senior was awarded a research fellowship to study the Original Rainbow Coalition of the 1960s and its role in Chicago communities.
Turkish and Greek Cypriot high school students came together for peace building and global leadership in a pre-college program.
The onetime shipping port now serves as one of the DMV’s hottest entertainment and commercial districts with upscale retail and colonial charm.
Partnership with D.C. government aims to improve health care access and outcomes for District residents.
President condemns acts of racism and hate that are directly counter to our core values of diversity and peaceful discourse.
The annual festivals bring GW staff together for activities and school spirit.
Laura Coates says she was shocked to be named by Alex Trebek as his potential successor.
Local students spent two weeks learning how to collect and analyze open source data related to farming, forestry and nutrition.
The GW School of Nursing is among 16 programs recognized for a continued commitment to student learning and professional development.