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The National Endowment for Financial Education gave its inaugural 30th anniversary Financial Education Impact award to GWSB’s Global Financial Literacy Excellence Center

Deepa Ollapally of the Elliott School analyzes China-India border conflicts in her article in the Journal of Contemporary China (2022).

Alumna Edith Jerry Patterson, Ed. D. ’91, was elected to a third term to the Maryland General Assembly’s House of Delegates, representing the 28th District.

Julia Strasser of Milken Institute SPH, has been appointed the new director of the Jacobs Institute of Women’s Health at the George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health.

The Biology Department's Anyi Mazo-Vargas had research on butterfly wing patterns published in Science and featured on the cover.






In the fight against HIV, access to testing and treatment remains unequal

CBS News spoke to David Huebner of SPH for World AIDS Day.

Should routine primary care visits include HIV and COVID-19 screening?

Maranda Ward of SMHS contributed to MedPage Today’s KevinMD.com.

Asian American and Pacific Islander people have given much to US history

Andrea Kim Neighbors, lecturer in museum studies, contributed to Smithsonian Magazine.

New podcast shines light on Nelson Mandela’s personality

The New York Times quoted Xolela Mangcu, professor of sociology.

Assessing China’s response to the COVID epidemic

ABC News quoted Robert Sutter, professor of practice of international affairs.





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A Corcoran student exhibition explores the experiential crossroads that is the Flagg Building. Plus free group fitness classes, graduate student night at men's basketball, the Final Lap and more.