The Milken Institute SPH associate dean of applied public health served 35 years in the federal government in various health care capacities.
From Zoom auditions to virtual whiteboards, LAI provides technological resources for students and instructors during virtual learning.
Lobbyist Ivan Zapien shared his perspective on the lobbying industry during a Latinx Heritage Month event with GSPM.
GW Law faculty and alumni recalled personal memories of the Supreme Court justice who died Sept. 18.
The new dean aims to train the next generation of lawyers to meet the challenges of a rapidly changing world.
Religious leaders discuss what our faith traditions can teach us in the nation’s difficult moment as part of GSEHD’s annual Conversations that Matter event.
New SMPA professor Jesse J. Holland penned Marvel’s first novel starring T’Challa, king of Wakanda.
In an #OnlyatGW moment, the Supreme Court justice answered questions from students about the court’s most impactful decisions, how the justices reach compromise and more.
The fund allows friends of the university to make contributions that are invested and allocated at the donor’s discretion.
The center will continue facilitating virtual service opportunities for the GW community throughout the fall semester.
The Supreme Court justice shared his thoughts on how the Constitution and rule of law help to make our democracy at GW’s Presidential Distinguished Event Series.
GW Law professor Paul Schiff Berman, who clerked for the justice in the 1997-1998 term of the Supreme Court, shared his thoughts on her legacy.
The former Clinton adviser analyzed his company’s findings in a conversation with GSPM founding dean Christopher Arterton.
Nikole Hannah-Jones said facing the legacy of slavery is necessary to teach American history truthfully, even if some don’t want to hear it.