Haitian students and members of GWU Haiti said that after the tragedy, they knew they had to find ways to help the country and support one another.
A researcher from GW found in a study published this week that students who enroll in certificate, associate or bachelor’s degree programs at for-profit institutions generally experience a decline in earnings and greater debt five or six years after attendance, Inside Higher Ed reported. Stephanie Riegg Cellini, a professor of public policy and public administration […]
Vice President Joe Biden and former President Jimmy Carter will visit GW on Tuesday, according to a University release.
Faculty from six different schools are coming together to remix the health workforce structure.
Jonathan Rogers wasn’t supposed to be on the Yellow Line last Monday afternoon. He accidentally hopped on what he thought was a Green Line train.
Student leaders have launched a campaign calling for former University President Stephen Joel Trachtenberg to contribute seed funding for another sexual assault advocate on campus.
The Charles Koch Foundation donated more than $100,000 to support research fellowships in the GW School of Business and to the University’s policy center in 2012, marking one of the largest donations to a university that the billionaire-backed organization gave that year.
Americans’ trust in federal employees is the lowest it has ever been, according to a nationwide poll released by GW this week.
The GW Law School held its No. 20 position while the graduate programs in business and education each fell in the U.S. News & World Report’s coveted rankings, which were released Tuesday.
GW alumnus and former commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard Thad Allen highlighted his experiences as the head of the federal government’s response teams for Hurricane Katrina and the BP oil spill Friday afternoon at the Jack Morton Auditorium.