George Washington University has launched a new master’s program that combines a core business curriculum with the study of government procurement law, or the rules controlling how the federal gove
Bobby Lucas, B.B.A. ’10, M.A. ’12, had always wanted to play professional baseball.
The GW School of Public Health and Health Services (SPHHS) has named Kimberly A.
For the next 100 days, a mostly student team of researchers, video producers and editors will reveal myth-busting facts about important national issues to launch the first phase of a new interactiv
George Washington is one of the first universities in the country to sign a pledge to provide resources, programs and policies that further its support of student veterans on campus.
New HIV infections are occurring among young gay and bisexual black men in the U.S.
George Washington MBA students in this summer’s Citibank Global Banking Practicum aren’t in a class per se—they could really think about it as a six-week job interview.
After spending a week in North Korea as part of a Statistics Without Borders program, George Washington Elliott School of International Affairs Lecturer Justin Fisher is sure his summer students no