GW was listed as one of the top universities with the most women gaining degrees in engineering and computer science.
Laptop thefts, which have been in both residence halls and academic buildings, all remain unsolved.
Researchers received more than $88.3 million in funding over the past three months – a 135 percent increase from this time last year.
Student affairs is handling budget cuts by trimming down the amount they spend on travel and consolidating positions in the office.
The Alumni Association is piloting a new outreach system this month to increase alumni engagement in a more systematic way.
Online learning leaders want faculty to get better at teaching online courses.
SMHS is one of the only schools to incorporate a transgender session in their curriculum and recently created a transgender committee to improve care for transgender individuals.
The International Services Office is currently reorganizing staff and has temporarily cut walk-in appointments.
Officials plan for the largest fundraising campaign in University history to reach its $1 billion goal a year ahead of schedule.
Alumni celebrating their one, five and 10-year reunions this month are receiving an extra boost on gifts from an anonymous donor.
Student groups are taking advantage of fall break by planning political and hiking trips from campus.
The profile outlines what the presidential search committee will be looking for in its next leader and goals that GW will move toward in the coming years.
Multicultural Greek Council has added four chapters – three returning and one new – in the past calendar year.
The Public Health Student Association will bring a play to campus this week to raise awareness about sexual assault.
Crime Log: A student reported to UPD that her book bag was stolen from the Marvin Center. Police are currently looking at video to determine a suspect.