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 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.
Two husband and wife teams and one individual were recognized for their consistent contributions in their fields and to SEAS.
The senate also met Mark Diaz, executive vice president and chief financial officer, at its October meeting.
President LeBlanc shared university updates at a reception with the GW community in Chicago.
Spook yourself out at the Corcoran Costume Ball, celebrate Latinx heritage at the 23rd annual Fiestasa, “Eye of the Bird” opens at the George Washington Museum and The Textile Museum, win free tickets to Alan Greenspan and more.
A Milken Institute SPH study advocates for a standardized method of accounting for deaths after natural disasters.
Cotsen Textile Collections Find New Home at the George Washington University Museum and The Textile Museum
The university received two collections and an endowment totaling $18.4 million.
In a follow up to her documentary “Dog Parks and Coffee Shops,” GWSB’s Vanessa Perry discusses her research on faux diversity and consumption in gentrifying neighborhoods.
Bile duct cancer is linked to liver fluke infection, a major public health concern in Southeast Asia where the population routinely eats undercooked fish.
Dean Brigety said the record-sized incoming class, world-class faculty and new programs set the stage for an exciting future for the Elliott School.