Alumni like Gina Abercrombie-Winstanley and Carol Spahn are revolutionizing a field with worldwide impact.
Voter trust in election officials differs according to geography and party affiliation.
The former senator from Wyoming and GW alumnus died at age 77.
GWSB professor Lisa Delpy Neirotti discusses the impact of COVID-19 and governing bodies’ rulings on the games.
The letter to congressional leaders came after a federal judge in Texas closed the DACA program to future applicants.
Awardees are making farming more resilient in the face of climate change, reimagining the way the justice system responds to addiction, laying the groundwork for quantum computing and more.
Four alumni discussed how their GW experiences shaped their futures in the space and technology sector, and what rapid changes to the industry are already underway.
History professor Christopher Brick has a lesson plan to raise our humanities IQ.
Experts said that LGBTQ+ youth are still socialized largely by the predominant culture.
Pride Month 2021: GW Research Seeks to Address Workplace Discrimination, Health Equity for LGBTQ Community
Katina Sawyer of GW Business and Mandi Pratt-Chapman of the GW Cancer Center discuss how their research centers the diverse needs of LGBTQ individuals and seeks to reform discriminatory practices.
The former Maryland lieutenant governor and Republican National Committee chair spoke about citizen engagement, bipartisanship and servant leadership at a GSPM MasterClass Series event.
A panel of high-profile business leaders discussed their GW experiences and advice for aspiring entrepreneurs.
As part of GW’s bicentennial celebration, GW Law faculty experts analyzed the first 100 days of the Biden administration.
A trio of Elliott School alumni talked about futile searches for oxygen, hospital beds and more.