More than a year and a half after the Colonial Health Center lost its first director, the center still lacks a permanent leader.
Sorority leaders are recruiting women to form the Diversity and Inclusion Leadership Board by the end of the semester.
Two public health researchers contributed to a study arguing that obesity, malnutrition and climate change are interrelated global epidemics.
Faculty in the medical school have dozens of ideas about how to improve working conditions for female medical professors.
The University created a plan to make online content more user-friendly for individuals with disabilities, especially those with vision impairments.
Doctors within the MFA said a new management structure could mean better leadership and clearer administrative roles for top positions.
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.