CCAS professor Amy Zanne worked with an international team to analyze new global biodiversity goals after decade-long targets for 2020 fall short.
CCAS student Gaetano Pellicce Sebelen introduced President Luis Abinader at an online GSPM seminar evaluating the upcoming U.S. presidential election.
During a discussion of her new book, Alicia Garza goes beyond turning a hashtag into a social justice movement.
GSPM’s Todd Belt says the debate will likely not change the mind of undecided voters.
Eric Holder Jr. encouraged students to raise their voices during a virtual class visit to discuss the importance of the right to vote
The virtual forum featured discussions with Indigenous leaders about the best path forward for the critical tourism industry.
Experts said the ongoing battle to ban the Chinese social media platforms have far-reaching implications for trade and national security and threatens the future of the open internet.
A former member of Congress, a political strategist and students shared their key takeaways from the debate between Vice President Mike Pence and Sen. Kamala Harris.
A GSPM panel called Donald Trump and Joe Biden’s first debate a disaster that left many voters uninformed.
Lobbyist Ivan Zapien shared his perspective on the lobbying industry during a Latinx Heritage Month event with GSPM.
GW Law faculty and alumni recalled personal memories of the Supreme Court justice who died Sept. 18.
Religious leaders discuss what our faith traditions can teach us in the nation’s difficult moment as part of GSEHD’s annual Conversations that Matter event.
The center will continue facilitating virtual service opportunities for the GW community throughout the fall semester.
The Supreme Court justice shared his thoughts on how the Constitution and rule of law help to make our democracy at GW’s Presidential Distinguished Event Series.
GW Law professor Paul Schiff Berman, who clerked for the justice in the 1997-1998 term of the Supreme Court, shared his thoughts on her legacy.