Nearly a year after its launch, GW’s online networking service boasts more than 1,300 alumni participants for students to turn to for career advice.
The dean of the School of Medicine and Health Sciences will step down after serving in the role for eight years.
LeBlanc has hosted a series of dinners at his F Street home this fall, inviting at least 60 student leaders to share a meal with trustees.
As top financial manager Ann McCorvey finishes up her five years at GW, officials said she led the University through some of its most trying financial times.
Officials identified employees’ top four issues with institutional culture following the conclusion of a Disney Institute assessment.
On this week’s episode, listen to news editors explain changes to the programming, date and name of Colonial Inauguration.
Ann McCorvey, the deputy executive vice president and treasurer, will serve as the next chief financial officer of Davidson College in North Carolina.
A series of the District’s most popular tourist attractions shuttered this week as a nearly two-weeklong government shutdown continues.
The District officially became the second city in the country with a citywide plastic straw ban Tuesday.
A woman is suing the GW Hospital for $5 million, alleging that the hospital wrongfully barred her from the property for five years after an incident on Dec. 9.