The university is not named in the federal investigation, but officials are adding additional safeguards to further protect against the issues raised in the case.
Girl Rising CEO Christina Lowery joined panel on gender-based violence after screening film scripted by poet Warsan Shire.
GW’s new Data-Capable DC Initiative seeks to build a more robust data ecology among local experts.
Dorothy Butler Gilliam discussed her book, “Trailblazer,” and her career as the first black woman reporter at The Washington Post.
The Office of the Provost will offer new programs to support academic leaders at GW.
Undergraduate applications for fall 2019 increased over last year, exceeding 27,000 for the second time in the university’s history.
Meina Liu, an associate professor in the department of organization sciences and communication, discusses her research on emotional disputes.
“Father of the Internet” Vint Cerf looks to ethical solutions as the key to computer science advancement at the first Internet Distinguished Speaker Series event.
Luke Lorenz applies his political management studies to running his nonprofit, which seeks to address prejudice and political polarization.
By Ruth Steinhardt
For the second year in a row, the university ranks first among Peace Corps’ list of medium-sized colleges and universities.
Maryland state legislator introduced police use of force bill based on Cynthia Lee’s model legislation for deadly police shootings.
The group was awarded $25,000 to develop a smartphone app as part of a D.C. public innovation competition.
“As a community, we at GW must be present for those in need and offer compassion and support,” Dr. LeBlanc writes.