The universities signed an agreement for an exchange of research, faculty and scholars.
New exhibit brings well-known British artist Howard Hodgkin’s works to D.C.
Almost all student vets in GW’s Yellow Ribbon Program will be able to earn a degree at little or no cost.
GW’s Christine Ferguson brings years of real-world health policy experience to the classroom.
“I have to stay in show business to pay for my animal business,” Ms. White says in Lisner appearance.
GW seniors celebrated their record-breaking 50.29 percent participation in the Senior Class Gift Campaign and meeting the “50 for 50 Challenge” at Class Day.
The director of corporate and community relations for the Virginia Science and Technology Campus died last week.
Major gifts also announced during the Board of Trustees’ spring meeting.
Brian Williams praises graduates for achieving something he hasn’t—earning a college degree, urges them to “take us somewhere” in address on National Mall.
Students, faculty and staff sustain their commitment to serving others.
Six graduating seniors will return to pursue master’s degrees while working at George Washington.
Three research teams receive $1 million-plus grants.
Two students, a professor and a retiring administrator will receive the prestigious George Washington Awards.