Victor Dzau, president of the National Academy of Medicine, said researchers must consider the ethical and social consequences of medical breakthroughs.
Edward W. Gnehm, Jr., vice dean and Kuwait Professor of Gulf and Arabian Peninsula Affairs at the Elliott School of International Affairs, was appointed U.S.
The president confirmed plans to nominate GW alumni William Barr, J.D. ’77, for attorney general and Heather Nauert, B.A. ’93, as UN ambassador.
GSEHD and the Eisenhower Foundation sponsored a panel discussion on the persistence of poverty, inequality and racial injustice in America.
Thomas Brzozowski, domestic terrorism counsel for the Justice Department, said hate crimes and domestic terrorism are not mutually exclusive concepts.
“2020 Vision,” hosted by GW and Education Week, examined the landscape for teaching and learning after the 2018 midterm elections.
Gérard Araud said US-France relations need to be rebuilt with a new world order in mind.
Science published by federal agencies in the Trump administration has been politicized and undermined, according to a recent report from GW and other experts.
Liberata Mulamula, now an Elliott School visiting scholar, shared stories with the Women’s Leadership Program about her 35 years as a diplomat.
The senator from Vermont talked about his new book and what the Democratic Party must do to advance a progressive agenda.
The Frank J. Fahrenkopf and Charles T. Manatt Lecture featured a GSPM alumni panel that discussed the midterms outcome and the 2020 presidential election.
Politicians and journalists shared perspectives at SMPA event about how the new Democratic majority in the House will work with President Trump.
Journalist Ken Rosenthal told a GWSB audience that baseball’s aging fan base and slow pace are among the game’s problems.
GSPM Director Lara Brown said the country should expect more gridlock than bipartisan legislation in the next two years.