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.
A recent GW Center for Washington Area Studies report reviewed housing in the D.C. area.
The U.S. secretary of Veterans Affairs and the university community honored Don A. Balfour, a GW alumnus who was the first in history to receive the GI Bill education benefit.
Kristalina Georgieva shared her perspectives on the progress of the world’s economic development during a George Talks Business event.
GSPM’s Matthew Dallek analyzes the official report documenting Robert Mueller’s investigation of Russian interference in 2016 elections.
With online shopping becoming a more dominant force, the vice president and chief marketing officer of Pearle Vision, Luxottica explained at George Talks Business how retailers must adapt.
A panel of conservative journalists and a media critic debated conservative media coverage of the Trump administration at SMPA.
This year’s Paul O’Dwyer endowed lecture explored the ethics of political leaders using fear to motivate people to act.
Manoj Saxena discussed the future and ethics of artificial intelligence at the GWSB Robert P. Maxon Lecture Series
Adm. Michelle Howard, a retired Navy admiral, spoke at GW about her experience as a leader and trailblazer in the armed forces.
Speakers at the annual Women’s Leadership Conference addressed the need to repair a broken culture by putting more women in positions of power.