The School of Business piloted its first virtual “happy hour” Sunday in efforts to engage alumni and online students.
Joe Dymond, an assistant professor of geography, died last week after a seven-month battle against acute myeloid leukemia. He was 53.
Leslie Jacobson, a longtime professor of theater, plans to retire at the end of this semester after more than 40 years at GW.
An American University professor defined “antiracism” and discussed Martin Luther King Jr.’s life and legacy during an event at Ross Hall Wednesday.
The College of Professional Studies enrolled 233 students in its undergraduate programs in 2018 – the highest number in nearly a decade.
About 40 people gathered in the Marvin Center Great Hall Friday for GW’s 10th annual wreath-laying ceremony to commemorate Veterans Day.
In more than 20 interviews, faculty members said prohibiting unauthorized student recordings in the classroom boosts trust and open communication.