Hundreds of friends and family filled Lisner Auditorium to watch students in the medical school receive diplomas and hoods to become doctors.
In interviews, social science researchers said officials often grant more funds to STEM majors – making them feel their research is undervalued.
GW professors found that telling judges how global warming hurts health initiatives could help make more compelling arguments in court cases.
CNN anchor Jake Tapper spoke at Jack Morton Auditorium Wednesday about lessons from his new book, a historical fiction about moral courage in politics.
Rep. Ted Deutch, D-Fla., spoke at the Elliott School of International Affairs Thursday about gun control legislation in the aftermath of the Parkland shooting.
The president of France fielded questions about climate change and the war in Syria from students at a town hall in the Smith Center Wednesday.
Three Corcoran students said they already transferred or are waiting on an admissions decision, while 13 more are considering switching away from the school.
CNN political commentator and alumna Sally Kohn discussed her new book Wednesday at Jack Morton Auditorium about lessons from her new book, “The Opposite of Hate.”
The president of France will host a town hall at the Smith Center next Wednesday at 3 p.m. as part of his inaugural visit to the United States.
IBM’s chief analytics officer gave a presentation at the Elliott School Monday on the possibilities of robotics to expand the workforce.