Stephanie Purwanto traveled abroad to study how historic media representation of Chinese-Indonesian relations impacted present-day matters.
The first public forum on Oct. 10 will seek feedback from the GW research community as the committee works toward recommendations on high-impact research for the strategic plan.
This is the first large organized effort to search for improvements in research, treatment and education for myasthenia gravis, a chronic autoimmune disease.
A new paper co-authored by Professor Andrew Barr highlights the potential impact of future large animal extinctions.
New unit will provide a single destination for instructors in search of teaching solutions.
David M. Rubenstein, co-founder of the Carlyle Group, discussed his path to financial success at George Talks Business.
Heather Berry, who won the 2019 Trachtenberg Prize for Teaching Excellence, will deliver a lecture Oct. 3 on the role differences and distance play in international business.
CCAS researcher Chris Rollston says 2,000-year-old pottery fragments could provide insight on a pivotal point in history.
At a George Talks Business event, the chair emeritus of the GW Board of Trustees discussed the lessons he’s learned through the years
The AIDS and Cancer Specimen Resource has been renewed for five years.
Professors Volker Sorger and Tarek El-Ghazawi are pioneering a new way of processing data using light that is faster and more energy efficient.
A new paper by Matthew Kolmann, postdoctoral fellow, changes our understanding of how meat-eating fish and their closest relatives evolved.
Native Washingtonian Mark Lerner, B.B.A. ’75, shared his thoughts on how the sport can be improved during the next collective bargaining agreement.
GW President Thomas LeBlanc joins Chef José Andrés’ course on food and culture during a visit to the Folger Shakespeare Library.
Students went to Germany to study its integration of migrants and refugees into higher education, jobs and society.