Marguerite, or Maggie, Wedeman found out she was selected for a prestigious graduate scholarship the day before Thanksgiving, surrounded by her family.
The University increased its total research spending in 2014 by more than $25 million according to data from the National Science Foundation.
A diagnosis may only be a Skype call away for some patients.
While kidney disease remains the ninth leading cause of death in the US, the number of medical graduates choosing to specialize in kidney functions and treatment is in decline.
A team of GW researchers help identify a set of partial remains as the unlikely ancestor of both apes and humans.
The GW Parents’ Association Advisory Council is taking more measures to boost its international numbers.
The School of Engineering and Applied Sciences inducted seven new alumni into the GW Engineering Hall of Fame Thursday.
Bring your weekend up to par with these courses in the D.C. area.
Brenda Bradley, an associate professor of anthropology, is representing GW in the quest to answer the questions that Machu Picchu raises.
GW Hospital has named George Sprinkel as its chief financial officer.