Enrollment at GW’s youngest school has more than doubled since 2012, the dean of the school said this month.
GW needs to remember the obstacles commuter students face when deciding whether to cancel class or not.
The library on GW’s Virginia Science and Technology Campus will be open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, according to a University announcement on Monday.
The University and Telos Corporation signed a five-year contract.
GW’s four-year-old autism institute may have to wait until the start of next academic year to have an official leader.
GW hasn’t spent money lobbying the federal government since 2008, unlike most of its competitor schools, which each spent an average of $165,000 last year to advise policy makers in areas like federal financial aid and research spending.
The Computational Biology Institute is starting to plan a graduate program for master’s or doctoral students.
The GW Museum and Textile Museum will officially open its doors to the public this spring.
After a five-year wait, the Silver Line made its first trips out of Virginia and into D.C. on Saturday.
After decades of quiet growth in Northern Virginia, GW and corporations are now ushering in a massive redrawing of the region that will create thousands of technology jobs and make Ashburn, Va. one of the world’s top tech epicenters.