Almost a year after returning to campus, GW’s chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon is trying to establish itself as one of the University’s largest fraternities.
An in-person training will inform civilians, law enforcement and medical responders how to safely respond in an active-shooter situation.
As several medical schools around the country are making their tuition free, the School of Medicine and Health Sciences is searching for new ways to compete.
The Kidney Center has screened more than 1,000 people since it opened in 2015 and has found kidney disease in one-third of its patients.
At least five departures in one of the University’s medical departments have left the office understaffed and without major research grants.
About 100 people gathered in the Marvin Center Tuesday night to remember the victims of the 9/11 terror attacks.
Cancer Center leaders said they are focusing their efforts this year on receiving a highly coveted designation from the National Cancer Institute.
The School of Nursing is taking the first steps to raise its research profile and institute a “students-first” program.
The GW Undergraduate Review released its inaugural issue at the Science and Engineering Hall Thursday.
The study found that virtual learning programs can simulate changes in the brain, allowing young adults on the autism spectrum to more easily interpret emotion and identify social cues.