The Women’s Leadership Program hosted four women ambassadors to the United States who defy notions of patriarchy.
The Nuclear Security Working Group was awarded $3.5 million in renewal funding to support its expanding fellowship program.
Founding director of the GW Global Women’s Institute Mary Ellsberg presented research and led discussions at the annual event.
A GW team has discovered that early humans in East Africa used coloring materials and obtained a range of raw materials from distant sources—activities that imply the existence of social netw
Participants examine how inclusion could close gaps in a divided society.
The GW students gathering data for the International Olympic Committee share moments from the 2018 Winter Olympics.
Junior Angelo DeLeo received the Undergraduate Research Award to examine the similarities between “Festa dei Ceri” and its Pennsylvania counterpart.
Members of Britain’s House of Commons question Google, Facebook and Twitter representatives over disinformation and fake news.
A group of GW students led by Professor Lisa Delpy Neirotti will collect data for the International Olympic Committee in South Korea.
A group of GW students are fundraising for charity ahead of plans to summit Mount Kilimanjaro in May.
GW historian wins National Endowment for the Humanities grant to study Islam’s historical connection to the continent-spanning, era-defining commercial routes.
A report from GW’s Global Women’s Institute found that women in conflict areas face high rates of intimate partner violence with little recourse.
George Washington President Thomas LeBlanc delivered an inaugural address that was part reflection on a historic institution, part aspiration for the institution under his leadership.