The Law Learning Center, Science and Engineering Hall and the new building for the School of Public Health and Health Services will include gender-neutral bathrooms, University spokeswoman Michelle Sherrard said.
The new $75 million building will centralize the 14-year-old school’s seven departments under one roof at New Hampshire Avenue and 24th Street, off Washington Circle.
Updated: 3:30 p.m. Ross Hall was evacuated just after 12 p.m. Monday and will be closed for the rest of the day, after flooding at the Washington Harbour affected three Pepco power feeders, triggering a power outage in the building. Classes in the building this evening are canceled, and the Himmelfarb Library is also closed, […]
Pro-Choice Caucus Democrats in the House of Representatives are citing a study by five professors and researchers in the School of Public Health and Health Services on the long-term implications of the Stupak amendment, a last minute addition to the health care reform bill that passed the House. The study found that the Stupak amendment […]
U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz shared a personal story of her battle with breast cancer at a panel and discussion organized by GW Hillel Wednesday night.
A research professor and food safety expert in the School of Public Health and Health Services has been named a senior adviser to the head of the Food and Drug Administration, the organization announced this week. Professor Michael Taylor will serve as an adviser to Commissioner of Food and Drugs Margaret Hamburg and will collaborate […]