Amita Vyas of the Milken Institute SPH lays out the reasons GW and the CDC are encouraging flu vaccination during the COVID-19 pandemic
The MSSC is working to bring cultural community from its physical building to the virtual world.
From Zoom auditions to virtual whiteboards, LAI provides technological resources for students and instructors during virtual learning.
In an #OnlyatGW moment, the Supreme Court justice answered questions from students about the court’s most impactful decisions, how the justices reach compromise and more.
The Cokie Roberts Tuition Relief Fund will be available to SMPA students experiencing financial hardship.
Three certificate programs will allow students to engage in workshops and reflections aligned with their interests.
The Office of Undergraduate Admissions is launching the program to give GW students and alumni the opportunity to recommend potential students.
The STEM + Health and School of Business Career Fairs will bring job and internship opportunities to students wherever they are.
Dr. Porter teaches students to apply data science to political phenomena.
Economics professor is “excited” to meet the challenge of a remote teaching and learning experience with her students.
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.