The Student Health Advisory Council plans to host town halls focused on GW’s health care operations next semester.
A trustee and contributor for The New York Times visited campus Tuesday to discuss her bestselling account of Bernie Madoff’s financial crimes.
The Flagg Building, which houses the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design, has continually experienced ceiling leaks since the beginning of the semester.
Amid a push for more interdisciplinary sustainability research, faculty are turning their attention to investigating natural disaster prevention.
Leo Ribuffo, who served as a professor of history for 45 years and has written several award-winning books, died Tuesday. He was 73.
The Store opened a shelf with gluten-free foods, like gluten-free cereal and pasta, earlier this month.
The University’s largest college kicked off a search for its next dean earlier this month. The executive search firm Isaacson, Miller will oversee the process.
Officials said at a Faculty Senate meeting earlier this month that almost 100 percent of faculty members from the School of Nursing give back to GW.
Sethi said he’s focusing this year on outlining a strategic plan, collaborating with the D.C. community and hiring more faculty.
The Milken Institute School of Public Health received more than $6 million in gifts and pledges in 2018 – the highest amount in at least the past five years.