The organization that houses 750 medical professionals in the D.C. area has received a $20 million line of credit from GW.
The forensics department and the engineering school are expanding their online options for graduate students this spring with two new courses.
The University’s eco-friendly ranking rose 10 spots this year.
Sustainability leaders on campus are starting new projects to help the University reach its green goals.
The director of the Project on Middle East Political Science became an Andrew Carnegie Fellow last month.
Melaku Abraha, who worked as a parking attendant for 13 years at the Marvin Center, died on April 1 from a head injury.
A team of economics students proved they know how to handle a crisis.
More than 250 employees worked on-site from the beginning of the weekend until Monday to serve students and help with the clearing and treating of roads.
After a years-long lobby, one student group is trying a new strategy to convince the University to give up its investments in fossil fuels.
Students in the School of Engineering and Applied Science have been researching under Megan Leftwich, an assistant professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering.