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Sébastien Peyrouse of the Elliott School gauges China's influence on human rights in Central Asia in a new article in Security and Human Rights (2022).

GSEHD doctoral student Melissa Ledesma co-authored policy recommendations for the Biden administration: Equity and Inclusion for Children with Disabilities - Federal policy recommendations to advance equity and inclusion for young children with disabilities and developmental delays.

Sean Cleary, associate professor of epidemiology, won the 2022 Campus-Community Partnership Award, in recognition of the impact that “The Autism Experience: A Public Health Experience” has had on the community.

Jesse Kristin, B.A. ‘07, (Biology), Tommy Siegel, B.A. ‘07, (Journalism) and Ben Thornewill, B.A. ‘07, (Music) were spotlighted by The Washington Post for their band, Jukebox the Ghost, which they founded as undergraduates at GW.

We note with regret the passing of Professor Emeritus of American Studies and Anthropology John Vlach, who served in various academic and leadership roles at GW for 32 years.





HIV leaves a “memory” in cells that can lead to inflammation and other risks

Science Daily spoke to Michael Bukrinsky of SMHS.

Fifty years ago, environmental progress was not such a political divider

Professor Matthew Dallek reviewed a new history of environmental politics.

Early humans cooked their food and gave impetus to evolution

David Braun, professor of anthropology, spoke to AP.  

Some donors are growing wary of Trump as a candidate

Sinclair Broadcast Group quoted Todd Belt, professor of political management.

The latest subvariants of COVID and the effectiveness of boosters

CNN spoke to Jonathan Reiner, professor of medicine and of surgery.





#GWtoDo: Your Curated Arts and Events Guide

GW’s storied dance program caps the semester with its biannual concert. Plus the Corcoran faculty recital, Patti Smith at Sixth & I, a pop-up punk rock flea market and more.