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D.C. High School Seniors Surprised with Full-Ride Scholarships to GW

Students receive four-year Trachtenberg Scholarships erasing families’ financial worries, paving the way for a GW education.


LaQuandra S. Nesbitt Is the Inaugural Bicentennial Endowed Professor of Medicine and Health Sciences

The former director of DC Health will lead the GW SMHS Center for Population Health Sciences and Health Equity.

Panelists presented survey results

Diversity Program Review Climate Survey Findings Suggest Paths Forward

Students, faculty and staff reported strong sense of belonging and culture of mutual support at GW, according to findings released at community forums this week.

TikTok app

Why Is TikTok Under Attack from the U.S. Government?

Scott White, the director of the GW Cybersecurity Program and Cyber Academy, explained why officials are concerned TikTok is a security risk.

Negin Farsad shared her experiences growing up the child of Iranian immigrants in Palm Springs, Calif. (William Atkins/GW Today)

Comedy against Ignorance

Iranian American comedian, author and activist Negin Farsad delivered the keynote at GW’s 8th Annual Diversity Summit.

Moniker Madness

Wave High—GW Community Participates in Moniker Engagement Activity at Men’s Basketball Game

Fans selected pennants with their preferred moniker option, demonstrating the spirit of moniker madness at various points through Saturday’s game.


Diversity Program Review Climate Survey Identifies GW’s Strengths, Opportunities

The university will share results from the survey on Tuesday and Wednesday at community forums.

GW Tempietto

White Paper Offers Research-Informed Recommendations to Curb Gun Violence

Experts from GW and other members of the Consortium of Universities of the Washington Metropolitan Area contributed to the 120 Initiative’s report.

Tony López discussing a poem by Eduardo C. Corral

The Study of Fiction, Poetry, Drama and Film Is Alive and Well at GW

Antonio López teaches students how to appreciate literary works through their form, content and context.

Vikram Bhargava

GW Business professor Vikram Bhargava publishes in the ‘Social Theory and Practice’ Journal

The paper argues that a ban on the production and sale of new standard vehicles could become justified.