Sixth annual Teaching Day brings together faculty for day of learning.
Volunteers operate a 24/7 free ambulance and medical response service for students, faculty and staff that helps patients cut costs and gives volunteers real-world experience.
More than 100 candidates have been nominated for university president.
The third and final presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton starts at 9 p.m. Wednesday at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
100 discount tickets available for GW students for his conversation with NPR’s Nina Totenberg and book signing.
Period to make changes to benefits plan offerings that will take effect in 2017 ends at 8 p.m. Friday.
Forrest Maltzman says the new GW budget process is “radically different” from its predecessor.
Three days of activities across multiple campuses unite students, families, faculty and staff in showing school spirit.
GW and Politics & Prose announce two events: chats with Sen. Sanders on Nov. 16 and another with Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post reporter Wesley Lowery on Nov. 15.
NASA Goddard deputy center director, a National Academy of Engineering Fellow and a prominent researcher are among the 2016 inductees.
Current and former chiefs of staff spoke about how they got their start on Capitol Hill and the impact of their GW education.
After a series of community town halls, the Board of Trustees has developed its profile for the next university leader.
Two-week fitness challenge offers Apple Watch, lunch and bragging rights to individuals and teams in GW community who log the most steps.
Benefits fairs will take place Oct. 13 and 18 on Foggy Bottom Campus, Oct. 11 on Virginia Science and Technology Campus.