Online enrollment for programs in the School of Nursing has grown by more than 150 percent since 2010.
Officials said a recent waste audit found that the most frequently found recyclables incorrectly placed in GW’s trash bins are plastic containers.
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.
The medical school launched a new academy last week aiming to engage Virginia high school students in medical professions.
The sustainability office is hosting a series of roundtable discussions starting this month for student leaders to voice ideas about green initiatives at GW.
The University has designated 58 offices as “green” since the launch of a sustainability certification program in 2014.
Fraternities that did not send at least 80 percent of their chapter to a sexual assault training session received lesser penalties than decided on last spring.
MFA faculty said administrators must align the goals of the MFA, GW Hospital and the medical school before pursuing an official partnership.
More than 20 researchers are preparing to sequence the DNA of plants, animals and other organisms to better understand the evolution of species.
Sixteen public health professors are urging a D.C. court to overturn a federal initiative allowing states to impose work requirements on Medicaid users.