William T. Grant Foundation President Adam Gamoran laid out proposals for reevaluating the way universities look at applied social science.
GW President Emeritus Stephen J. Trachtenberg and co-editors Gerald B. Kauvar and E. Gordon Gee discuss their new book and its lessons for higher education leaders.
Jerome Adams, U.S. surgeon general, said nurses need to be advocates and leaders that tear down stigma around addiction.
Legendary journalist’s latest book, “Fear,” depicts “a White House going through a nervous breakdown.”
Experts in regulatory affairs discussed the impact of the field’s longstanding guidelines on agency rulemaking and their impact under the Trump administration.
Law professor Naomi Cahn explores what would constitute a fair hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
The “Meet the Press” host talked at GW about the Supreme Court nominee, the U.S. deputy attorney general and campaigns to discredit mainstream media.
Legal experts discussed cases on the docket and how a Justice Kavanaugh would change the court.
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With midterm elections quickly approaching, George Washington University students are encouraged to participate by first registering to vote.
The philanthropist who helped restore the Washington Monument and Lincoln Memorial visited the National Churchill Library and Center.
Daniel Lieberman, a professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences, explains how dopamine influences decision making.
Serena Auñón-Chancellor, B.S. '97, said astronauts learn to be like “graceful airplanes” floating in micro-gravity.
The chef and humanitarian stopped at Lisner to discuss his new book, “We Fed an Island” and his work with Puerto Rican communities devastated by 2017 hurricane.
The U.S. Supreme Court justice talked about diversity in the legal profession with GW Law community and the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association.