Taiwan’s first digital minister discussed her use of technology to increase government transparency and public participation at an event Tuesday.
The director of the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian discussed his career and myths about Native Americans at a lecture Thursday.
SA leaders are holding three pizza dinners in the Marvin Center to answer questions and discuss how the SA functions.
A student reported that a window was shattered on the first floor of the Academic Center. There was no indication of what caused the damage.
University President Thomas LeBlanc will travel to London in late May to meet with alumni and prospective students in his first trip abroad while in office.
Last week, officials removed overdue fines for most GW Libraries books in circulation that are fewer than 40 days overdue.
This spring, 625 undergraduate, graduate and postdoctoral students presented their projects at Research Days, compared to 450 participants in 2015.
Five years after faculty created a group to represent their interests, members said they have addressed issues like employee benefits and GW’s culture.
Students will use an online form to register guests to attend Commencement on the National Mall May 19, replacing physical tickets.
Fulbright Hall will house only first-year students next academic year after the University conducted an in-depth housing review.