August Is National Immunization Awareness Month

August 17, 2018

David Diemert, an associate professor of microbiology and immunization expert, talked about why vaccinations are critical to public health.


Trump Administration Officials, Members of Congress Visit Conservative Student Conference

July 30, 2018

Cabinet members Betsy DeVos, Nikki Haley, Jeff Sessions were among the speakers at the National High School Leadership Conference of Turning Point USA.


Traumatic Family Separations Can Have Lifelong Impact on Children

July 27, 2018

GW expert and former HHS official Jeff Hild said the government needs to do more to reunify families.


‘Sexual + Being’ Launches at Corcoran

July 23, 2018

Campaign by the D.C. Department of Health aims to promote sexual health education without judgment or stigma.


Other Countries Cope as China’s International Influence Grows

July 20, 2018

Experts on global economics and diplomacy spoke at GW about the impact of China’s massive economy.


Global Women’s Institute and UNICEF to Partner on Gender Education, Credentialing Programs

July 20, 2018

GWI will develop GenderPro, a new gender program for international development professionals that aims to standardize the field.


No ‘Silver Bullet’ to Prevent Infrastructure Threats

July 16, 2018

Experts from the utility industry and government spoke at GW about securing the country’s critical energy infrastructure.

Director of CCHS Frank Cilluffo (left) and Kevin Mandia, A George Washington University alumnus and CEO of FireEye, discuss attr

Attribution of Cyber Attacks Is Critical to Deterrence

June 29, 2018

Alumnus Kevin Mandia, CEO of FireEye, said private companies should practice defensive measures in the cyber domain.


Expert on Employment Law Expects Little Change with Passage of D.C. Initiative 77

June 26, 2018
GW Law’s Michael Selmi said the vote eliminating tipped minimum wage will not have the drastic effects on the D.C. restaurant scenes opponents of the measure feared.

Senator Warner Calls for a National Cyber Doctrine

June 25, 2018
GW’s VSTC sponsored a conversation with Mr. Warner for the Northern Virginia Technology Council and cyber security undergraduates.
Cafritz Awards

Cafritz Foundation Honors Outstanding D.C. Government Employees

June 22, 2018
The GW Center for Excellence in Public Leadership hosts annual ceremony to recognize city workers’ exemplary service.
GW Politics Poll

New GW Poll Shows Voters Poised for Large Midterm Turnout

June 13, 2018
Inaugural GW Politics Poll finds strong support for gun laws, openness to immigration reform, opposition to interference with special counsel.
United States Supreme Court

Supreme Court Ruling Could Lead to Lower Voter Turnout

June 12, 2018
GSPM’s Michael D. Cohen says the decision allowing states to remove inactive voters from its rolls effectively disenfranchises unresponsive voters.
U.S.-North Korea Summit will happen June 12 in Singapore.

U.S.-North Korea Summit Begins Tuesday

June 11, 2018
Elliott School Korea expert Gregg Brazinsky weighs in ahead of the meetings in Singapore.

Tips for Getting Active during Men’s Health Month

June 11, 2018
Jennifer Sacheck, an expert in youth physical activity, encourages men to take small steps to be more active every day.