IPDGC panel talked about the importance of a free press in democracies.
Experts discussed reasons for U.S. actions in WWII during a Loeb Institute for Religious Freedom virtual forum.
A growing understanding of racial identity politics is shaping the way journalists cover the news, Ms. Phillip said during a Race in America lecture.
GSPM alumni spoke about the ethics of intentional inclusion as part of the 2021 Paul O'Dwyer Endowed Forum.
Tanzania’s new President Samia Suluhu has appointed Liberata Mulamula of the George Washington University Elliott School of International Affairs as a member of parliament and the new ministe
El-Ghassim Wane, an expert in peace, security and governance, will lead UN efforts to oversee political processes in Mali and to stabilize the country.
The retired general and national security adviser to President Trump shared his real-life experiences with students as part of the Elliott School’s Leadership, Ethics and Practice Initiative series.
As part of GW’s Bicentennial celebration, the current dean and past deans shared insights on foreign policy and leadership and how the Elliott School can play a role in shaping the future.
GW’s alumni global leaders shared #OnlyAtGW moments and how the university can prepare students to be leaders in the world.
GW Law Dean Dayna Bowen Matthew interviewed the Pennsylvania congresswoman and GW Law alumna in celebration of Women’s History Month.
Former GW student Michael S. Regan will be the first Black man to lead the agency.
Kathy Warden, M.B.A. ’99, also discussed the steps her company is taking to prepare the next generation of women in STEM.
Former students have been named to work at the White House to help the administration carry out its priorities.
The GW community reflects on the Women’s Leadership Program’s impact during a virtual conference.
The GW Program on Extremism finds that those charged in federal court represent a diverse group and offers recommendations on preventing future attacks.