About 1,600 students enrolled in the business school’s graduate programs this year compared to roughly 1,627 students last year.
The writing center is holding weekly sessions of a peer support group intended to give students a chance to build writing skills.
Graduate School of Political Management researchers are gearing up for the upcoming 2020 presidential election with two new projects.
The number of courses included in the Top Textbooks program more than doubled – from 32 to 65 courses – at the beginning of the semester.
GSPM officials are launching a new podcast this month featuring successful alumni in political advocacy and communication.
The chemistry department is working to make progress on five goals as part of a five-year strategic plan that began this semester.
Students enrolled in a new course this fall will explore the intersection of black feminist writings and pop culture.
Students enrolled in STEM courses pay about $45 more for books than those in non-STEM courses, a Hatchet analysis found.
A Hatchet analysis of every academic department’s website found that the majority of them do not post any news online or include outdated information.
Five years after merging with GW, Corcoran faculty and officials are trying to cultivate a common identity.