The SA Senate approved a resolution Monday urging the CSE to require all student organizations to undergo Title IX training.
GW spent about $4.8 million on research funded by international sources in fiscal year 2018 – about triple the amount expended in fiscal year 2013.
After updating its clinical lab spaces four years ago, the medical school is ahead of its peers in exposing medical students to training simulations.
A professor in the nursing school is leading a study to explore the impacts of state laws on tobacco use in the United States.
Researchers say the government shutdown has delayed the processing and approval of grants for pending projects.
From the roommate who wants to stop climate change to the one who can’t seem to wake up for class, there’s something for everyone.
A group of engineering students will complete an audit of Amsterdam Hall next semester to see how the building could be more sustainable.
Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., didn’t rule out a 2020 presidential run during a conversation at Lisner Auditorium Tuesday.
A senior is localizing a national campaign to promote the use of tap water and encourage sustainable practices on campus.
The School of Nursing is encouraging its faculty to pursue collaborative research projects with outside organizations.