Far above the bustling streets of Foggy Bottom, the new Wilbur V. Harlan Greenhouse is an oasis of green where plants, flowers, grasses, and other vegetation thrive.
A GW alumnus and his wife have made a $750,000 gift to GW to support the Institute for Korean Studies at the Elliott School of International Affairs.
The Mid-Atlantic Innocence Project (MAIP), a member of the global Innocence Network, is housed in GW Law and serves D.C., Maryland, and Virginia, offering hope for those who have nowhere to turn.
Dr. Keidar is a leader in the fields of micropropulsion and nanotechnology and operates an innovative SEAS lab.
Eight undergraduate women studying in the School of Engineering and Applied Science will conduct research under faculty mentors as part of a progra
The Milken Institute School of Public Health recently received a $4.9 million grant for a four-year project that aims to reduce the risk of sma
Before the Military Community Center opened in 2016, a few things were not quite in order.