Thomas Brzozowski, counsel for domestic terrorism at the Department of Justice, said publicizing efforts to counter domestic terrorism can be challenging.
Kavita Daiya, director of the Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies program, urges people to reframe negative messages about eating and weight loss ahead of 2020.
The Illinois congresswoman spoke at GW’s Edward M. Brandt Jr. Memorial Lecture in Women’s Health and Health Policy Leadership Series.
‘Sequestrada’ was produced by Sabrina McCormick, who says complex projects like dams in the Amazon lead to deforestation, flooding and displacement.
French Ambassador to the United States Philippe Etienne called for a sovereign European Union.
History professor David J. Silverman’s new book takes a close look at how the traditional Thanksgiving story distorts facts about Native Americans.
During a George Talks Business Event, the mayor shared plans she has to attract businesses to D.C. and solve some of the problems the District is facing with affordability.
Every year a team of GW medical professionals travel to Honduras to implant pacemakers and defibrillators for patients in need.
Former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley discussed her book at GW’s Presidential Distinguished Event Series.
Professor Hope M. Harrison, who was in the city during the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, now studies the way it is remembered.
Program on Extremism experts discussed how internal documents left behind by the Islamic State in Iraq shape our understanding of ISIS ahead of March public release.
During the fifth annual Diversity Summit, keynote speaker MJ Rodriguez, who stars in Pose on FX, discussed how she learned to be proud of her identity.
Political analysts discuss President Trump’s chances of re-election and Democrats’ appeal to a polarized electorate.
Visiting GSEHD professor and cognitive psychologist Eli Gottlieb discussed how young people shape their sense of self and community online.
A week of events at the Elliott School will commemorate the 50th anniversary of the of Vietnam War protests and give the GW community a chance to explore Vietnamese food, music and culture.