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SMPA Young Voters panel

SMPA Panel: Political Candidates Need to Get Better at Selling to Reach Young Voters and POC

Maxwell Nunes, Sejal Govindarao and Pili Tobar discussed the challenges to campaigns of reaching evolving demographic populations.

Rochelle Mills

Introducing GW’s New Director of Disability Support Services

Rochelle Mills brings years of passion for working with individuals with disabilities to her position at GW.

Vegetables in a bunch, carrots, onions, tomatoes, potatoes, eggplants.

Report: Independent Restaurants Face Climate Change Crises

A new study from GW’s Global Food Institute and the James Beard Foundation® warns that climate change threatens the industry, the economy and the job market.

Jameta Barlow

‘Writing Blackgirls’ and Women’s Health Science’

Edited by CCAS professor Jameta Barlow, the collection of works focuses on the well-being of Black girls and women.

GW men's and women's swimming and divings teams A-10 champs

Men's and Women's Swimming and Diving Teams Are A-10 Champs in 2024

The men's team won its fourth straight title, the women's team its third straight.

a red and white calender page for February 29

Leap of Faith: 2024 Calendar Jumps to Feb. 29

The 2024 leap year calendar is making room for an extra day—keeping the cosmos aligned and confounding birthday plans.

ESIA DEAN

Elliott School Dean Appointed to National Endowment for Democracy Board

The National Endowment for Democracy’s board of directors includes leading scholars and practitioners in democracy and foreign policy.

Cherry blossoms framing a GW campus banner

CCAS Student Published in The Washington Post

Allison Robbert’s photos that were published in The Post featured lambs grazing in the backyard of local homes in Arlington, Virginia.

Herman Aguinis

GW Business Professor Authored Book

Herman Aguinis’ book can be a tool for managers to help employees grow and improve to support their organization’s strategic objectives.

Sylvain Guiriec

CCAS Professor Asked to Speak at International Science Conference

Sylvain Guiriec's expertise includes high-energy astrophysics.