Postdocs will be reclassified into a new trainee category on Jan. 1 in response to feedback from GW’s research community.
Stress is the boogeyman of high-achieving students everywhere, particularly now. But with conscious management, it can be a friend instead of a foe.
President LeBlanc, university leadership and students clean the World War II memorial and join the Foggy Bottom Association in restoring local parks.
This annual event aims to bring a sense of belonging to GW students, faculty and staff.
The GW community will have access to a rotating slate of diverse food trucks for lunch and dinner.
Students mark the new academic year through Convocation, First Night and an ‘Only at GW’ picnic on the National Mall.
Welcome Days of Service is an opportunity for students to give back to GW and the greater D.C. communities through service projects.
At the Convocation, President LeBlanc and Provost Bracey urge students to take advantage of all that GW offers and to use that gained knowledge to better the world.
From carnival games to a silent disco, enjoy the return to campus with these community events.
Mechanical engineering students come together to build a rocket and a winning space communications system.
The GWSB student was among those killed in the condo building collapse in South Florida.
Experts said that LGBTQ+ youth are still socialized largely by the predominant culture.
GW preserves the legacy of Mount Vernon Seminary and College through an innovative first-year living and learning community on the Mount Vernon campus.