Digital rights activist Seyi Akiwowo is the latest addition to the one-year-old IDDP, where research is driving national and international responses to questions of digital media.
Milken Institute School of Public Health Professor David Michaels is focused on improving protections for health care workers exposed to COVID-19.
Three 2020 debate moderators and two members of the Commission on Presidential Debates discuss lessons learned from this election cycle.
President-elect Joe Biden’s higher education plan includes the possibility of free community college, student loan forgiveness and expanded access to opportunities beyond high school.
Rubicon CEO and GW alumnus Nate Morris shared keys to entrepreneurial success that he learned from the 2008 recession during a George Talks Business virtual event.
Jeff Levi, professor of health policy and management at the Milken Institute School of Public Health, chaired a public health advisory group during the Obama administration.
The incoming administration has proposed a broad strategy to address climate change. GW scientists say it can reach crucial environmental goals—but time is running out.
During the sixth annual Diversity Summit, Ms. Crenshaw discussed Black womanhood, critical race theory and white supremacy in the U.S.
Photojournalism students in cities across the country captured moments during and after the election of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.
University faculty specialists discuss how policies ranging from battling COVID-19 to foreign affairs are likely to change with Joe Biden in the White House.
All alumni races have been decided as of Dec. 1.
GW faculty experts discussed the state of the presidential election, potential legal challenges and implications for the COVID-19 pandemic.
Results of nationwide GW Politics Poll showed President Donald Trump is more likely than Joe Biden to generate “anger and disgust” in voters.
Dayna Bowen Matthew’s podcast, “Testimony,” kicked off with an episode about voting rights ahead of the 2020 presidential election.
CCAS professor Amy Zanne worked with an international team to analyze new global biodiversity goals after decade-long targets for 2020 fall short.