A new plan, assembled from input across the University's schools and initiatives, outlines the vision for a more cohesive, research intensive, and worldly university by GW's 2021 bicentennial.
Writing the words was "like confessing a murder." But, Charles Darwin continued in an 1844 letter, he had come to believe that species are not “immutable.” They change, they evolve.
Like many students in the World Executive MBA program at the School of Business, Joe Foley felt he needed a graduate degree to move up the ladder at work. When he earned his MBA last year, he was one of the estimated 1,000 military students—active, reserve, and guard military members, as well as veterans and their families—taking classes at GW.
It is the biggest overhaul of the U.S. health care system since Medicare and Medicaid and is about 1,000 pages long. If you are unclear about all of the ways the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is changing the system, you are not alone. As the new health insurance marketplaces opened for business Oct. 1, we sat down with three faculty members to learn about what they consider to be 10 of the most significant aspects of the law.
Construction Begins to Connect Three Halls
Columbian College Welcomes New Dean
A Colonial Introduction
Easing the Burden of Unpaid Internships
GW Launches Clinton Global Initiative Project
Spotlighting Women’s History
“Colonial One” Takes Computing to a New Level
The Library’s New Look
From the Archives
At a Glance
GW Trio Launch Interior Design Business
Meet the New Alumni Association Board
From the Alumni Association
Alumni Welcome Colonials Around the World
52 Years of Honoring Alumni
Alumni and America's Pastime
Behind WWII's Largest Rescue Operation
Reporting for Duty at GW