News Archive

An Archive of news articles featured on GW International.



Dr. Knapp signs a statement in support of the DACA.

President Knapp Signs Statement Supporting DACA Program

November 29, 2016

Dr. Knapp is among hundreds of college and university presidents to sign the statement of support for undocumented immigrant students.

Students attend a pre-trip class before leaving for Rio de Janeiro

GW Professor to Lead Graduate Student Research at Rio Olympics

July 28, 2016

Twenty-seven graduate students will conduct research on the Olympic Games in Rio with Professor Lisa Delpy Neirotti

From left, panelists Sebastian Rotella, Lorenzo Vidino and Peter Neumann

Terrorism Threat at an 'Unprecedented Level'

July 18, 2016

GW panel warned of high danger of terror attack in Europe two days before 84 people died in Nice.

The Professors Gate at GWU

GW Announces Institute for African Studies

July 11, 2016

New center will provide hub for scholarship focusing on Africa.

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After the Brexit, EU Enters Unknown Territory

June 27, 2016

CPS Professor Steven Billet explains what happens after the UK’s vote to leave the European Union.

Global Women's Institute Director Mary Ellsberg moderates a panel at the Gender 360 Summit

Defenders in the 'War on Girls'

June 20, 2016

Gender 360 Summit convenes activists to fight gender-based violence among adolescents

OPHI Director Sabina Alkire, Oliver T. Carr Jr. Professor in International Affairs at GW, presents data from the 2016 Global MPI

GW Partnership Measures Poverty Beyond Income

June 09, 2016

Researchers use multidimensional poverty index to combat specific deprivations suffered by poor populations

Jessica Tillipman, assistant dean for field placement and a professorial lecturer at GW Law

The Panama Papers:'Violations of Anti-Corruption, Money-Laundering, Fraud, Tax Laws'

April 13, 2016

Law School’s Jessica Tillipman discusses leaders implicated in journalism world’s largest data leak.

The GW delegation poses for a photo during a visit to Alibaba. (Courtesy photo)

GW Students Tackle Cyberspace Issues During China Trip

January 27, 2016

Visit over winter recess included participation in the 2016 World Internet Conference.

GW Launches Global Bachelor's Program.

GW Launches Global Bachelor's Program

January 20, 2016

Undergraduate program will begin this fall with first cohort to China in spring 2017.

Administrators, researchers and a student share their COP21 experiences.

GW Has Front Row Seat for Paris Climate Talks

December 14, 2015

Administrators, researchers and a student share their COP21 experiences.

Speaking on campus Monday night, Ciarán Devane emphasized the need to take a total approach in creating international stability.

British Council Chief Executive: It’s about Anticipation, Not Response

November 23, 2015

Elliott School alumnus Sir Ciarán Devane hosts timely discussion on using smart power in times of global crisis.

GW leadership welcomes British Council's CEO Sir Ciarán Devane and British Council USA Director Paul Smith.

British Council Chief Executive & GW Alumnus Sir Ciarán Devane Visits Campus

November 23, 2015

GW leadership welcomes British Council's CEO Sir Ciarán Devane and British Council USA Director Paul Smith.

Photo credit:  William Atkins/The George Washington University

Katie Ray is the international student liaison for the Global and Experiential Education Office at the School of Business. She p

Staff Focus: Katie Ray’s Career Began With a Passport

November 16, 2015

How a decision to live in Japan launched her passion for international education.

Elliott School of International Affairs alumnus Ciarán Devane will speak Monday about international diplomacy. (Frank Noon/For G

British Council Chief Executive to Speak on International Diplomacy

November 11, 2015

Alumnus Ciarán Devane’s discussion highlights International Education Week at GW.