Campaign GW, one of the University’s sustainability-focused organizations, will pause its operations amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Officials from the School of Medicine and Health Sciences gave an update on the progress of GW’s COVID-19 trials at a press conference Wednesday.
A public health professor authored a report last week criticizing the federal government’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The medical school is partnering with community organizations to provide free flu vaccines to medically underserved areas of the District.
The Peace Corps is teaming up with the School of Nursing this semester to provide a fellowship for returned Peace Corps volunteers.
Undergraduates can take one class on a Pass/No Pass basis per semester this academic year, officials announced Friday.
Eighteen GW community members have tested positive for COVID-19 in the past two weeks, according to the University’s COVID-19 tracking dashboard.
Public health school researchers received a grant earlier this month to investigate building failure in Puerto Rico during Hurricane Maria.
Researchers from the public health school published a study this month revealing that millions of Americans are at risk for losing access to community health centers.
Student leaders and officials welcomed Black students to GW Saturday at a virtual convocation organized by the Black Student Union.