The institute, which launched in 2003 and rechartered in 2009, created an online training program on Thursday, which offers anyone the opportunity to take a free 20-hour program to explain how to be an effective caregiver, often called a patient navigator, for someone with cancer.
An intern at the Pentagon since her freshman year, it was clear to Michelle Shevin-Coetzee early on in her college career what she wanted to research during her senior year.
The number of part-time faculty in the School of Nursing nearly doubled last year after experiencing a steady decline.
SMPA Director Frank Sesno said the school, one of the more selective programs at GW, won’t see its budget directly impacted by University-wide financial woes.
Only 7 percent of hospitals rated nationwide received five-star ratings.
Tuesday, April 21 Square 80 ShIt in: Photo & Education Campaign Relax some muscles in Square 80 to support gender inclusive bathrooms with the LGBT Resource Center. 2 p.m. Square 80 Thursday, April 23 Phi Sigma Pi Clothing Swap Donate your used clothes and pick up new clothes for your closet. All leftover clothes will […]
Graduating seniors who donate to GW this week will see their gifts double after an anonymous alumna agreed to match each donation up to $3,000.
Federal authorities issued the University a citation for the mistreatment and death of five hamsters after a recent U.S. Department of Agriculture investigation.
Dozens of GW students, faculty and alumni supported Ready for Hillary over its two-year run.
Now that the possession and private use of marijuana is legal in D.C., member Charles Spirtos and president Nick Watkins are joining the race with campaigns focused on changing GW’s policies.