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What to Know This Holiday Shopping Season

Renowned scholar on consumer experience and psychology Donna Hoffman of GWSB offers expertise and advice to shoppers.

Advancing Emerging Microchip Technologies in the U.S.

A GW team led by SEAS’ Gina Adam is part of a major partnership including the federal government and Google that will develop new semiconductor prototypes.

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GW Recognized for Engagement in Student Voting

The All-In Campus Democracy Challenge rewarded the university for its efforts to increase nonpartisan democratic engagement in the 2022 election.

Danielle Santoro

Open Doors: Alumna Scores in Sports Journalism

A scholarship helped first-generation student Danielle Santoro, B.A. ’05, attend GW. And faculty mentors like SMPA’s Steve Roberts helped her reach her goals.

Capitol Dome at night

Ten GW Alumni Elected to Congress

Jared Moskowitz, Jill Tokuda and Erin Houchin were elected to the House for the first time and join fellow GW graduates who won midterm races.

3 Shepard Scholars

Open Doors: Students Reflect on Impact of Generous Alumnae Scholarship Gift

Last academic year, 65 GW students benefited from a $15.8 million gift from the Shepard sisters; an additional $2 million was added in August.

Tech apprenticeship story

Learning While Earning

During National Apprenticeship Week, GW’s Office of Innovation and Entrepreneurship celebrates its partnerships with D.C. tech apprentices.

Citizen by CNN panelists

Latest Citizen by CNN Event Explores Midterm Elections

Panel of CNN political reporters shared analysis of the elections and advice for students interested in journalism.

Provost Christopher Bracey

GW’s Women’s Leadership Program Celebrates 20 Years of Helping to Shape Women Leaders

With its 20 X 20 Project, the WLP recognizes its legacy of promoting excellence among women.

In Photos: GW Celebrates Veterans Day

Remarks from university officials such and student leaders commemorated GW's veterans and military community.