When the United States Congress established the George Washington University in 1821, it fulfilled President George Washington’s vision of an institution located in the nation’s capital dedicated to educating and preparing future leaders.

View all current endowed professorship positions, their descriptions, and the biographies of professorship holders.

The Power of Giving

Dennis Narango, M.A., associate dean and associate vice president for development and alumni relations, explains how faculty and staff can support the school's philanthropic goals.

Nancy D. Gaba, M.D., FACOG

In the past century, the field of obstetrics and gynecology has advanced in remarkable ways. Physicians are able to better diagnose and treat female reproductive system disorders, and the care women receive during and after childbirth has improved. Many such advancements in the George Washington...