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.
A CCAS professor was among the first group of international researchers to conduct a comprehensive evaluation of the United Nations’ biodiversity targets.
Thousands of people flooded around the White House Saturday afternoon to celebrate President-elect Joe Biden’s victory.
Many businesses around the city boarded up in anticipation of unrest, but the damage to storefronts was limited to occasional graffiti as the protests remained calm throughout the night.
Campaign GW, one of the University’s sustainability-focused organizations, will pause its operations amid the COVID-19 pandemic.