Digital Content Library
For those inspired by the joy of gaining new knowledge, not to mention all things GW, here you’ll find engaging films, presentations, events and more that highlight our diverse GW community.
Presidential Distinguished Lecture Series
Launched in 2019, the Presidential Distinguished Lecture Series connects the GW community to renowned guest speakers through only-at-GW events.
Bicentennial Documentary Film Series
As one of the great, beloved landmarks of GW, Thurston Hall has not only been home to tens of thousands for more than half a century, but is also truly the house of a million memories. Let’s take an inside look at Thurston.
For more than 70 years, Leo’s GW Delicatessen—a.k.a. “Deli”—has not only been catering to their customers’ cravings, but also created a major sense of community on campus. See why generations of GW students keep coming back for more.
Despite the catastrophic effects from Hurricane Maria in 2017—the worst storm Puerto Rico had experienced in nearly a century—the official death toll on the island stood at 64. In the hurricane’s aftermath, the Puerto Rican government commissioned the George Washington University's Milken Institute School of Public Health (GWSPH) to conduct an independent assessment of mortality there and uncover an accurate count.
The Future of Birth
GW scientists Megan Leftwich, Alexa Baumer and Michael Gallagher investigate a high-risk pregnancy issue. The result? An unprecedented, interdisciplinary research endeavor that just might midwife a future that saves billions in healthcare costs and countless lives.
Fact or Fiction
Founded in 2019, GW’s Institute for Data, Democracy & Politics (IDDP) was established to develop a new science of combating online harms. By gathering experts across many disciplines to analyze the ever-complex digital media ecosystem, IDDP aims to distinguish fact from fiction and give the truth—and our democracy—a fighting chance.
Since its very beginning two centuries ago, the George Washington University has attracted generations of students to Washington, D.C., because of their desire to change the world. Through struggle and success, GW activists on campus and beyond continue to embody the never-ending commitment to creating a greater world.
Celebrating 200 Years: GW's Global Impact
Celebrating 200 Years: GW's Legacy of Public Service
Celebrating 200 Years: GW's Impact on Entrepreneurship
Celebrating 200 Years: GW on the Pulse of Space and Technology
Alumni Specialty Series
GW Foodies: Spring Cocktail Mixology
Hosted by Erin Petrey, ESIA BA '08
Hosted by Chris Zarconi, CCAS ‘04, Corcoran ‘17
Hosted by Patricia McLaughlin, LAW JD ‘87
Hosted by Michelle Jacobs, GSEHD ‘11
Buying Your First Home
Hosted by Mark Frieden, MBA, Realtor at Keller Williams, and Vince Coyle, McLean Mortgage
Hosted by Jacob Biesiada, ESIA BA’17, SEAS MS’19
GW Culture Buffs
National Baseball Hall of Fame
National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum Curator of History and Research, John Odell, MA ‘94
Performative Activism: The Dirty South
Alex Nyerges, CCAS BA ‘79, MA ‘82, Director, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts; Paul Rucker, William Wilson Corcoran Visiting Professor of Community Engagement