Legal experts discussed cases on the docket and how a Justice Kavanaugh would change the court.
Josh Henkin, founder of a career coaching company for STEM graduates, gave the keynote address at GW’s Postdoc Appreciation Day.
GW CyberCorps receives $4.8 million in renewal funding to support 24 students over five years.
By Briahnna Brown
With midterm elections quickly approaching, George Washington University students are encouraged to participate by first registering to vote.
Professor Annamaria Lusardi received the award for her outstanding and influential research in the field of financial literacy and education.
The philanthropist who helped restore the Washington Monument and Lincoln Memorial visited the National Churchill Library and Center.
Daniel Lieberman, a professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences, explains how dopamine influences decision making.
Serena Auñón-Chancellor, B.S. '97, said astronauts learn to be like “graceful airplanes” floating in micro-gravity.
GW Law students prepare for classes and careers in programs designed to help them identify professional goals and critical skills.
Nicaraguan-born writer and activist Prisca Dorcas Mojica Rodriguez gave an unapologetic keynote address for the Latinx Heritage Celebration.
The chef and humanitarian stopped at Lisner to discuss his new book, “We Fed an Island” and his work with Puerto Rican communities devastated by 2017 hurricane.
A goal of the university’s research strategic initiative, working groups will review and make recommendations to strengthen GW’s research efforts.
The U.S. Supreme Court justice talked about diversity in the legal profession with GW Law community and the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association.
GW graduates involved in national politics talked about the November 2018 midterm elections in a series of events across the United States.
Statement Issued by Milken Institute School of Public Health at the George Washington University on Sept. 13
We stand by the science underlying our study which found there were an estimated 2,975 excess deaths in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria.