A note-sharing tool used in most schools’ advising offices has helped advisers keep track of their discussions with students, officials say.
Faculty teaching arts and science courses are using videos and online interactive exercises in place of on-campus activities for the rest of the semester.
Three International Women of Courage awardees spoke at the Elliott School of International Affairs Friday about their work fighting injustice.
The Textile Museum and the SA’s GW Arts Committee will celebrate student artists this week in the second-ever Art Walk, which will now be held annually.
A former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine who testified before Congress during President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial spoke at the Elliott School Friday.
Pre-law ambassadors have served as a “relatable” resource for students interested in law school one year into the program.
Two Congressmen examined the climate policies under consideration among the Republican Party members Tuesday at the Marvin Center.
Officials said they hope the week has inspired participants to take more active roles in their local community.
The SEAS Center for Women in Engineering is holding workshops for engineering students to prepare them to enter the workforce.
Members of the environmental and energy law program said the events will mark the program’s achievements and look toward the field’s future.