Federal judges anchor bench in Van Vleck Moot Court Competition finals.
Long-running communication class guest session featuring GW alumni has led to multiple job offers.
Ron Chernow, the award-winning historian whose book inspired the Broadway play “Hamilton,” will visit the university to kick off the series.
A Program on Extremism panel talked about how the Islamic State’s setbacks in Syria and Iraq impact terrorism.
Washington Post writer and GW SMPA Terker Distinguished Fellow Jason Rezaian talks about his book, “Prisoner.”
SEAS professor Emilia Entcheva, a pioneer in cardiac optogenetics, is advancing stem cell science through federally-funded research.
As one of GW’s health safety specialists, D.C. native Ms. Bigelow uses her public health expertise to train students, faculty and staff on laboratory protocol.
Alex Beehler, an expert in environmental and energy management, was confirmed by the Senate earlier this month.
After an assessment provided recommendations, staff have begun to implement changes that enhance communication and processes and put students first.
The 23rd annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service and Leadership saw the highest participation numbers in the last four years.
SEAS professor Robert Pless was awarded $1 million to expand a machine-learning project that identifies photographed hotel rooms.
Exercise is key to a healthy lifestyle—and GW has the resources to support all your fitness needs. But you can also break a sweat without ever leaving your residence hall room.
Mr. Manfra led the university’s alumni engagement for four years.
SMHS experts travel the country to teach civilians and first responders how to act quickly in the moments after a tragedy.
A CCAS professor was part of global research team explaining why some supernovae do not emit gamma-ray bursts.