COVID-19 Research

SEAS Team Graphs a COVID-19 Search Engine

Professor Howie Huang led the development of a novel visual search engine for COVID-19 research papers.


'ISIS Files' Shed Light on Inner Workings of Terror Group

July 02, 2020

The documents recovered in Iraq provide insight on the terror groups’ operations in Iraq.

GW to Eliminate All Fossil Fuel Investments from Endowment

June 29, 2020

University also targets reversing all greenhouse gas emissions it has produced in its nearly 200-year history.

Board of Trustees Approves Renaming Framework

June 29, 2020

The framework includes principles, procedures and considerations for addressing the proposed renaming of on-campus buildings and memorials.


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Campus Life 101

A new series from GW Today that offers tips on the basics of navigating life at college from staying safe to adjusting to college academics and managing stress.


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Getting to Know the DMV

The DMV—the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia—is home to broad, diverse communities and neighborhoods that offer history, good eats, parks and waterfronts—much of it a quick Metro ride away. 



#GWtoDo (Kind of): Virtual Arts and Events While Sheltering in Place

Long-distance options for fitness, enrichment and entertainment that won’t break the bank or violate social distancing guidelines.

News in Brief

Anthropology Professor Elected to National Academy of Sciences

Alison S. Brooks, a paleoanthropologist and Paleolithic archaeologist, was recognized for her distinguished and continuing achievements in original research.

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University of Pennsylvania’s Think Tanks and Civil Societies Program Releases Rankings

The Elliott School’s Institute for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies ranked as the 5th best university-affiliated regional studies center in the world and first in the United States.

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CCAS Professor Named as American Astronomical Society Fellow

Chryssa Kouveliotou, a professor of astrophysics, was recognized among the first class of AAS fellows for her contributions to the field.

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Editor's Picks

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Virtual Teaching Camps Will Help Instructors Transition to Distance and Blended Learning

FLEX Camps, offered by GW Libraries and Academic Innovation, offers faculty guidance on adapting existing courses no matter what teaching looks like in the fall.

Black Lives Matter protest in 2020.

Reflections on the Past Week

GW faculty and administrators shared memories, reactions to the recent spate of deaths and racial profiling incidents involving black Americans.

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Faculty Learn to Design for a Combination of Online and in-Person Learning

At GW LAI’s first FLEX Camp session, faculty members worked through the basics of adapting their teaching to a hybrid in-person and distance educational format.

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GW Medical Students Resume Clinical Rotations

About 80 medical students returned Monday to finish their clinical rotations as the university moves toward a new model of education in a world affected by the novel coronavirus.

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In Photos: Devotion and Defiance at D.C. Protests

Corcoran student Eric Lee is chronicling the Black Lives Matter movement against police brutality.

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Five Tips for Job Hunting during COVID-19 Pandemic

GW Career Services offers advice for navigating the evolving job market.