Daniel Lieberman

Recognizing the Dangers of Alcohol

April 16, 2014

SMHS expert Daniel Z. Lieberman examines triggers, misconceptions and warning signs.

Heartbleed

Getting to the Heart(bleed) of the Problem

April 16, 2014

University visiting scholar, research fellow discuss cybersecurity in wake of massive Web vulnerability.

Computational Biology Institute

GW Computational Biology Institute: Making Sense of Big Data

April 14, 2014

Researchers at the interdisciplinary institute are investigating how complex biological systems operate and evolve.

Sandy Baum

College Affordability Study Looks Beyond the Sticker Price

April 14, 2014

Sandy Baum, GSEHD professor and co-author, discusses the research released on Monday.

William Rone

Envisioning the Future: Student Scholarship on Display at GW Research Days

April 07, 2014

The event showcases research from a wide variety of disciplines.

Dave Lawlor, Alex Schneider, Joe Holleran, Steven Knapp

Innovation Task Force Awards Scholarships to Two Students

April 07, 2014

Winners’ business ideas aim to save university $1 million in first ITF competition.

Women in Cybersecurity panel

Women Make Strides in Cybersecurity

April 02, 2014

Five top professionals trace their career achievements in the male-dominated field.

Maryam Yammahi

Researchers Showcase Technologies with Commercial Potential

March 30, 2014

The Office of Technology Transfer hosts its third annual Innovation Competition.

Two GW students at Clinton Global Initiative University annual conference

GW Strongly Represented at Clinton Global Initiative University

March 26, 2014

Eighteen social entrepreneurs from the university participate in annual meeting.

GW School of Nursing

School of Nursing Partners With MedStar Washington Hospital Center

March 24, 2014

Students in the W² program will be guaranteed scholarships, employment at the hospital center.

BioWoman

SEAS Faculty Save the Day in Online Comic Strips

March 19, 2014

Professor Grace Zhang stars as BioWoman, the latest superhero featured in the school’s marketing campaign.

political management

Political Management Updates Curriculum

March 19, 2014

Graduate program changes and expanded alumni outreach to enhance master’s, certificate tracks.

Flying snake

How Do Flying Snakes Soar through the Air?

March 05, 2014

Professor Lorena Barba and her team have created a computer simulation to understand this reptile phenomenon.

CAAREN

NIH and GW Collaborate to Accelerate Genomics Research Using Internet2’s 100G Network

March 02, 2014

Researchers at Colonial One are piloting data transfers from the NIH National Library of Medicine.

Virginia Campus

ITF Spotlights Virginia Campus

February 26, 2014

Cybersecurity academy, additional health science offerings among new ITF initiatives.

State-of-the-art Part II

The state-of-art labs have been constructed with a $15 million grant, which SMHS received in 2010 from the National Institutes of Health through the Recovery Act Limited Competition: Extramural Res