President Joe Biden named a School of Medicine and Health Sciences doctor to be his personal physician, officials announced last week.
Officials attribute a spike in COVID-19 cases to small social events and Greek life activity, a University spokesperson said.
Experts warn that universities need to find a balance between the COVID-19 research boom and other areas to prepare for the post-pandemic environment.
Officials doled out more money on research expenditures last calendar year than any other year in University history, Provost Brian Blake said Friday.
SMHS received a grant last month to construct a science learning center for a high school in Alexandria, Virginia.
Buses throughout the region will be outfitted with protective barriers to protect drivers and passengers from COVID-19.
With the pandemic as the backdrop for most events that unfolded this year, nearly every aspect of the University has been upended.
Metrobus riders will be required to pay the $2 fare again beginning Jan. 3, WMATA announced Thursday.
Attorney General and law school alumnus William Barr will leave his cabinet position effective Dec. 23.
GW has entered into a $3.2 million corporate research agreement with a medical company to develop devices for cancer therapies.