GW’s signature veterans’ services program received the “Vetty” award, the first of its kind from Mission Complete in an event Wednesday night.
GW has continued to receive donations from one of the most controversial billionaires in the political sphere, a new report found.
Teenage males who consume certain pesticides might have defective sperm, according to a Milken Institute School of Public Health study.
The amount GW gained in investments last fiscal year is about $137 million less than in the previous fiscal year, according to newly released financial documents.
In a joint effort with the medical and engineering schools, the University will begin to offer a master’s degree in regulatory biomedical engineering starting next calendar year, according to a Monday release.
The 1998 Student Association president wants to mobilize with his graduating class after officials removed the telephone booth the Class of 1998 donated to the University.
With just months left in GW’s five-year plan to strengthen its finances, the University still has to complete more than half of its planned projects before the end of the calendar year.
About 70 of GW’s most involved alumni will help pay students to work unpaid internships, the Alumni Association president announced Friday.
Vice President Joe Biden and former President Jimmy Carter will visit GW on Tuesday, according to a University release.
Ninety-five percent of University employees’ spouses, partners and children are eligible for healthcare benefits through GW.