The award honors outstanding nurses throughout Virginia who have made exceptional contributions to the nursing profession during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The research project, funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, will focus on the role of fathers and their involvement in pregnancy and postpartum care.
The university completed a broad evaluation of its current heating and cooling mechanical capabilities as part of an initiative to boost safety.
Dayna Bowen Matthew was named Harold H. Greene Professor of Law in a virtual ceremony.
A special committee composed of faculty, students, staff and alumni heard from GW community members in three virtual town halls.
Extensive measures planned in all aspects of athletics operation.
Ms. Speights delivered remarks at the November 2020 Faculty Assembly.
Board of Trustees Chair Grace Speights announced the board passed a resolution of appreciation and gratitude.
Board of Trustees chair announces resolution of appreciation and gratitude to the university community.
The university released the spring academic calendar and Provost M. Brian Blake provided an update on academics.
The initiative, made possible through nonprofit Swipe Out Hunger, launches during Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week.
University leadership gives information on spring 2021 semester.
Five faculty members were named to help with the presidential transition.
The GW community now has access to The Washington Post, The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal.
GW researchers leading an international collaboration to expand capabilities at a U.S. Department of Energy national laboratory and provide opportunities for student researchers.