The business school’s financial literacy center is giving a voice to the wallets of Washingtonians.
A School of Media and Public Affairs professor will serve concurrent appointments at two prestigious institutions this fall.
The capital markets program, aimed at teaching government officials from developing countries how to advance their economies, will start in the business school this August.
The director of one of GW’s online learning programs is looking to coordinate with online course designers in universities across the nation.
Before the lights dimmed in the Smith Center, organizers, athletes and student groups of all kinds had to put it all together. Here’s how it all happened.
College graduates are in debt and lack the basic financial knowledge needed to control it, according to one professor at GW’s business school.