Helena Salvi, B.S. ’18, combined engineering and biology to tackle interdisciplinary research projects at GW.
Cabinet members Betsy DeVos, Nikki Haley, Jeff Sessions were among the speakers at the National High School Leadership Conference of Turning Point USA.
GW expert and former HHS official Jeff Hild said the government needs to do more to reunify families.
The Virginia Governor’s Health Sciences Academy, a collaboration between the GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences and Alexandria Public Schools, launched this summer with a bridge program.
Unified review cycle for all staff, online forms and more frequent check-ins aim to improve process.
Assistant Professor Chiara ManzinI was awarded $2 million to study the role of the CC2D1A gene in making males more susceptible to autism than females.
The renowned neuroscientist has more than 30 years of experience in research and leadership.
Campaign by the D.C. Department of Health aims to promote sexual health education without judgment or stigma.
Intersectionality research will look at how different positions of power affect mental and physical health and drug use.
Experts on global economics and diplomacy spoke at GW about the impact of China’s massive economy.
GWI will develop GenderPro, a new gender program for international development professionals that aims to standardize the field.
A master’s degree program at the law school offers an alternative to a traditional law degree for those outside of the legal profession.
The university collaborated with the American Association of People with Disabilities to offer a certificate program in disability advocacy.
Corcoran School hosts exhibition of rejected cartoons by ex-Pittsburgh Post-Gazette cartoonist Rob Rogers.