Kevin Pelphrey, the director of GW’s autism institute, published a paper last week that found a new way to measure autism in boys.
Pamela Woodruff, a psychology professor and GW alumnus who began teaching at GW in the mid 1970s, is retiring this year.
Officials plan to install new floors in JBKO, bathrooms and kitchens in 2109 F Street and furniture in Thurston Hall as part of summer housing renovations.
Six months after the center’s last director stepped down, there are no signs of a new Mental Health Services director.
Alpha Sigma Phi, Chi Phi, Delta Lambda Phi, Phi Delta Theta, Phi Gamma Delta and Sigma Alpha Mu are all being considered to open a chapter on campus.
A former officer in the University Police Department settled her harassment complaint against the department this month.
GW's residences halls performed better in this year's sustainability challenge than in the past two years.
Officials expect to hit their goal of raising $1 billion on time.
Dianne Martin, the vice provost for faculty affairs, announced her retirement earlier this week.
While certificate courses only make up a small chunk of GW’s overall revenue, faculty said they can bring educational diversity to a university.
The Homenetmen protest the Turkish and U.S. governments' lack of acknowledgement of the 1915 Armenian Genocide in front of the White House on Saturday.
The D.C. Council is reviewing a bill drafted by a School Without Walls student.
A new program coordinator joined the University’s military and veteran student services team this month.
Michael Irwig, an associate professor of medicine, published a paper last week outlining the desired and undesired effects of testosterone therapy.
The Class of 2016 has a new incentive to make their senior class gift.
Outside consultants will review University President Steven Knapp’s impact on the University and officials' progress on the strategic plan.
Graduate and multicultural student organizations both received a greater share of the Student Association’s funding for the next academic year.
For the first time, the Office of the Registrar will not provide doctoral hoods free of charge to doctoral graduates.
The Residence Hall Association will stock every common room with furniture this summer with the goal of eventually installing a common space in every hall.
The business school’s financial literacy center is giving a voice to the wallets of Washingtonians.
GW stopped allowing members of the Foggy Bottom Association who don’t live in the two closest zip codes to campus into Gelman Library.
At least three GW students were arrested last weekend on Capitol Hill during the weeklong “Democracy Spring” protest.
Christopher Sterling, an associate dean in the Columbian School of Arts and Sciences and professor emeritus of media and public relations, will retire on July 1.
D.C. Council members are tired of neighbors protesting liquor licenses.
The Global Resource Center in Gelman library is now open to graduate students to use as a study space.
The first-ever faculty research awards by OVPR will recognize younger and distinguished faculty for their research contributions in their fields next week.
Travis McCown, a senior, testified at a D.C. Council hearing to encourage council members to increase the budget in the Mayor’s Office of LGBTQ Affairs.
GW’s chief academic officer plans to shift the veterans and military affairs office under the Division of Student Affairs, he said last week.
Interim Provost Forrest Maltzman said last week that he has appointed two people to help prepare the University for reaccreditation in 2018.