Christine Teal, director of the GW Breast Care Center, weighs in on what every woman should know about breast health.
Ceremony provided first glimpse of the new home for GW baseball and recognized donors whose philanthropic leadership enabled project.
Senator will discuss his new book, “Where We Go from Here,” on Nov. 27; limited number of free tickets will be available starting at noon Thursday.
GSPM political scientist Michael Cornfield analyzes the races of eight candidates from GW running in the upcoming congressional midterm elections.
Every fall undergraduate students travel to the Mount Vernon estate to better understand George Washington and his role in history.
Five GW students and alumni were named among 25 of the brightest young innovators in the D.C. area.
Anuj Mehrotra says GWSB programming will center around student engagement and will be market driven.
Board of Trustees Hears Progress on Strategic Initiatives, Enrollment and Volunteer Engagement Reports
During its first meeting of the 2018-19 academic year, the board focused on the student experience and other university priorities.
Beginning fall 2019, the undergraduate rate will cover up to 18 credit hours per semester; fixed tuition policy and dining plans continue.
William T. Grant Foundation President Adam Gamoran laid out proposals for reevaluating the way universities look at applied social science.
The Circumpolar Active Layer Monitoring project collects and analyzes samples of permafrost from more than 300 sites around the world.
GW students use the Albert H. Small Washingtoniana Collection to research the city’s past.
GW President Thomas LeBlanc, Vice President for Research Robert H. Miller opened the 2018 conference of science writers that featured briefings by university researchers and faculty.