How did our earliest ancestors take their first steps from water to land? GW Biology’s Sandy Kawano follows the trail of “walking fish” on their giant leaps for humankind.
Thomas Brzozowski, counsel for domestic terrorism at the Department of Justice, said publicizing efforts to counter domestic terrorism can be challenging.
Exhibitions on George Washington’s world and one of the world’s largest textile arts collections, plus visits to Foggy Bottom from Kronos Quartet, author Glennon Doyle and more.
Dr. LeBlanc welcomes the GW community to the spring 2020 semester.
Students can register for the Lerner Health and Wellness Center’s Demo Week to take advantage of unlimited group fitness classes.
The resolution cites decisions related to the strategic plan and the process for faculty input.
Former mayors and other figures spoke about the GW alumnus’ legacy during a memorial service on campus.
CCAS professor Tyler Anbinder’s latest project is the largest longitudinal research database of Irish Potato Famine immigrants in New York City.
James Tate has more than 30 years of experience in law enforcement. He will start on Jan. 21.
The GW community can monitor weather advisories through GW Alerts, Campus Advisories and social media.
Dupont Circle is a trendy historic neighborhood in Washington, D.C., popular for its nightlife, art galleries and shops.
Ojani-Pierre Walthrust was selected to participate in the competitive national fellowship program.
Lisa Lesch Palmer will be the inaugural National Geographic Visiting Professor of Science Communication, starting in the spring 2020 semester.