As the country nears another presidential election, faculty said an in-house poll will allow GW to be a prominent source of election information.
A former congresswoman discussed the state of the Republican Party and her time in Congress at the Elliott School Wednesday.
After her nearly four-decade tenure in the biology department, Diana Lipscomb said she plans to retire at the end of the semester.
Officials plan to hire a new professor of ethics and international affairs to help expand ethics-related courses in the Elliott School.
Officials gave initial approval last week to reclassify the cognitive neuroscience major as a bachelor of science.
The revisions to the law school’s legal research and writing program include a switch from an adjunct to a full-time staff and an increased credit requirement.
The economics department is hiring three professors to replace departed faculty members and shrink crowded classes.
For the third year, protesters and speakers gathered – this time to celebrate the unprecedented diversity of candidates elected in the fall during the midterm elections and to criticize the president.
Students who visit the advising office in the international affairs school will now face penalties if they don’t show up to scheduled appointments.
Two experts on foreign policy in the Middle East clashed over how the United States should interact with Saudi Arabia in a debate Monday.