Student leaders are helping Afghan refugees move from the airport into their new homes and hosting safe space discussions for affected students.
David Shambaugh, a professor of Asian studies, political science and international affairs, discussed the influence of China’s past presidents Thursday.
The resolution urges GW to release more information about the status of HVAC systems across campus buildings to block the spread of the coronavirus.
Captioning accommodations for deaf and hard-of-hearing students will stay online this fall despite the return of in-person classes.
A Milken professor published an online map tracking the number of contraceptive care providers and their services in each state and county.
GW’s fundraising totals had a slight uptick last fiscal year after dropped by 17 percent the prior year.
GW Police Department received two separate reports of harassment by an unknown male subject on I Street Tuesday night.
The CREATE digital studio opened in Gelman Library at the start of the semester with a virtual reality space, an audiovisual production suite and more.
The report recommends establishing “clear and frequent” channels of communication between faculty, the Board and the administration.
Officials and student leaders commemorated the 20th anniversary of the lives lost on 9/11 in an in-person memorial service Friday.