The Innovation Corps program, Accelerate D.C., received additional funding from the National Science Foundation for eight start up teams in the D.C. community.
News editors discuss a student’s invention for drug-facilitated assault and the University Police Department’s recent resignations.
The Faculty Senate on Friday passed two resolutions clarifying language in the faculty code to correct “glitches” that professors have encountered in recent years.
The final version of the GOP’s sweeping tax bill will not include a controversial tax on tuition waivers for graduate students.
About 30 protesters staged a “die-in” in the office of Sen. Dean Heller, R-Nev, to demand Congress act to protect young undocumented immigrants.
Knapp earned more than $1.2 million in 2015, putting him at No. 35 in a ranking of highest-paid executives at 600 private colleges.
Two GW graduate students were arrested outside House Speaker Paul Ryan’s office Tuesday protesting a provision in the bill to tax graduate student tuition waivers.
The University has convened a search committee and hired an outside firm to conduct a nationwide search for its next business school leader.
The departure of a top veterans affairs official will leave the University’s veterans office with just three full-time employees.
Editors talk about Peter Konwerski’s impending exit from GW and the Student Association Senate’s progress this semester.