Through the SummerTrek Changemakers program, 10 GW students helped D.C. middle school students turn the issues they are passionate about into virtual advocacy campaigns.
The artist and writer sees virtual learning as an opportunity to make the art of printmaking more democratic and accessible.
Chemistry professor says some techniques from virtual learning should remain in place whenever classes convene in person again.
Students will participate in online modules with interactive content and virtual live events throughout August in preparation for the fall 2020 semester.
The 2020 winner of the Trachtenberg Prize for Teaching Excellence is optimistic that virtual learning might make students better engineers.
Abi Cole worked with alumni filmmakers on a short documentary about Liz Montague.
The #GWInSolidarity program series offers the safest space possible for the community to heal amid global unrest.
Corcoran student Eric Lee is chronicling the Black Lives Matter movement against police brutality.
National Geographic featured GW students in a piece about how college students are documenting their period of isolation.
GW students can utilize video and consultations to meet their health needs no matter where they are.
Dr. LeBlanc speaks to GW community about recent racist incidents in the U.S. involving black Americans.
Provost Blake and CFO Diaz announced that $9.1 million in federal CARES Act funds will be available to eligible students.
Students, faculty and other members of the university community continue volunteer and service-learning projects amid the COVID-19 crisis.
We asked the GW Class of 2020 to share messages with their graduating class—a person they'd like to thank, a memory they'll take with them or advice for each other as they navigate their futures.