Students in the Native American Political Leadership Program interned with the first Native American women elected to Congress.
A bench on campus honors the Nobel laureate and Pulitzer Prize winner who spoke at the university in 2011.
The Milken Institute School of Public Health professor recently represented the U.S. in a field hockey tournament for athletes over age 60.The Milken Institute School of Public Health professor recently represented the U.S. in a field hockey tournament for athletes over age 60.
The Senate voted to make former Trachtenberg School student Mark Esper the head of the Pentagon.
Astronauts Michael Collins and Buzz Aldrin gathered with space experts at GW to mark the 50th anniversary of the moon landing.
International development workers will earn a first-of-its-kind certification in the gender field.
The 2020 Democratic presidential candidate gave a speech on campus about his “Medicare for All” proposal.
Journalists, activists and authors talked about the impact the 1969 Stonewall riots had on the progress of LGBTQ rights.
Dianne Martin says her time working as a programmer leading up to the moon landing changed the course of her life.
GSPM’s Todd Belt analyzes the 20 candidates’ display of policy and personality on the crowded debate stage.
GW President Thomas LeBlanc and university leadership gathered with alumni who serve in Congress, staff members and others who work in politics and government.
GW President Thomas LeBlanc and the Center for Excellence in Public Leadership host a celebration that honored extraordinary public servants.
During the inaugural Health Workforce Equity Summit, Leana Wen said that it is a critical time to be part of the reproductive health workforce.
The senator and presidential candidate delivered a rebuke to “unfettered capitalism” and proposed an “economic bill of rights” during speech at GW.
Former Sen. Elizabeth Dole received a lifetime achievement award, and other government employees were honored by GW for exceptional work in the public sector.