Students from "George Washington and His World" class examine artifacts from the Small Washingtoniana collection.

Students Become Curators of ‘George Washington and His World’

February 14, 2020

Newest exhibition at the George Washington Museum and The Textile Museum is researched and presented by students in Denver Brunsman’s history class.

Neil Johnson

Unifying Human Conflict using Data Science

February 11, 2020

A new paper by CCAS professor Neil Johnson finds a mathematical pattern in human conflict using data science.

DePauw University President Mark McCoy, Thomas LeBlanc and New England College President Michelle Perkins at the NAICU panel.

Industry Connections, STEM Skill Development Opportunities Likely to Attract Prospective Students

February 10, 2020

GW President Thomas LeBlanc said students and parents want colleges to prepare them for the job market.

GW Recognized as a Top Producer of Fulbright Students

February 10, 2020

The university placed among the top research institutions for generating Fulbright students, with a total of 12 students accepting the award in the 2019-2020 year.

Lisa Bowleg. (Courtesy Lisa Bowleg)

Negative Encounters with Police Have Mental Health Consequences for Black Men

February 07, 2020

A new study by a GW team suggests that encountering police or trying to avoid those encounters both increase depressive symptoms.

David Michaels

Q & A: How Corrupt Scientists Threaten Public Health

February 04, 2020

David Michaels, a GW professor and former Obama administration official, talks about his new book and how manufactured studies harm consumers.

2020 Van Vleck Moot Court Competition

The 2020 Van Vleck Moot Court Competition Takes Over Lisner

February 03, 2020

The auditorium’s stage was transformed into the Supreme Court for the competition’s final round.  

Cassandra White

Student Researcher Examines Genetics Variation and Personality

January 30, 2020

Senior Cassandra White received the Undergraduate Research Award to study how genetic variation impacts primate personalities.

Holocaust Survivors on the Voyage of the Damned

GW Event Commemorates the Liberation of Auschwitz Birkenau

January 28, 2020

Holocaust survivors who were refused asylum by the U.S. in 1939 take note of the date with the GW Rohr Chabad Center for Jewish Life.

John Lach

Q & A: SEAS Dean Shares His Vision for the School

January 28, 2020

John Lach spoke to GW Today about his first semester on the job, his conversations with students and where SEAS is going next.

Mudskipper fish and tiger salamander

Fins and Limbs Tell Evolutionary Tale

January 16, 2020

How did our earliest ancestors take their first steps from water to land? GW Biology’s Sandy Kawano follows the trail of “walking fish” on their giant leaps for humankind.

A record from the Emigrant Savings Bank shows the names and occupations of depositors, including Peter J. Faye.

Illuminating Stories from a Famine

January 08, 2020

CCAS professor Tyler Anbinder’s latest project is the largest longitudinal research database of Irish Potato Famine immigrants in New York City.

Battery-Free Pacemakers Could Transform Cardiac Care

December 17, 2019

Researchers developed and tested a miniaturized, battery-free pacemaker that could improve future patient outcomes. 

CGIU 19-20

Six GW Students Selected for Clinton Global Initiative University

December 09, 2019

The 2020 CGI U cohort seeks to solve world problems on issues ranging from human rights to education.

Paella fall 2019

In Photos: Students Learn the Craft of Cooking Paella

December 09, 2019

In the last “World on a Plate” class of the semester, students met at the F Street House to learn how to make the Spanish rice dish from chef José Andrés.