SEAS professors

NSF Grant Supports Future Designers of ‘Trustworthy’ Artificial Intelligence

SEAS received $3 million through the National Science Foundation Research Traineeship Program to transform the future of work, develop a new model for graduate education and to fund cross-cutting student scholarship.

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2022 Benefits Preview for Faculty and Staff

September 24, 2021
Open Enrollment runs Oct. 11 - 29.

Pandemic Makes Governor of Puerto Rico’s Job more Difficult

September 22, 2021

Pedro Pierluisi, a GW Law alumnus, talked with the GW Law dean about governing during a global health crisis.

New Designation Highlights Vital Role of Postdoctoral Researchers

September 22, 2021

Postdocs will be reclassified into a new trainee category on Jan. 1 in response to feedback from GW’s research community.

GWToDo

#GWtoDo: Your Curated (Virtual) Arts and Events Guide

A conversation with President LeBlanc, GW Law Dean Dayna Bowen Matthew and the governor of Puerto Rico. Plus skate night, a discussion of how to build peace after mass violence and more.

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President and Vice President on White House portico

Inside the Biden Administration: GW Alumni in Security and Defense

Alumni are working to keep the nation safe and to hold its safety apparatus accountable.

911 Day of Service and Remembrance

GW Community Embraces National Day of Service and Remembrance

President LeBlanc, university leadership and students clean the World War II memorial and join the Foggy Bottom Association in restoring local parks.

Elizabeth Warren

Sen. Elizabeth Warren to Deliver October Commencement Keynote Address

Public health leader Anthony Fauci, faculty members Cindy Liu and Andrew Maurano will be awarded the President’s Medal.

New Dining at GW

GW to Implement a Transformative Dining Experience

Starting with Thurston Hall’s reopening in fall 2022, incoming students will begin to transition to an unlimited, all-you-care-to-eat meal plan at new campus dining halls.

(Left to right) Student speakers SJ Matthews and Naseem Haamid.

Class Speakers for October Commencement Announced

SJ Matthews and Naseem Haamid, graduates from the Classes of 2020 and 2021, will deliver remarks tailored to their classes.

Tempietto

2020 Alumni Secured Post-Graduation Plans Amid Pandemic

About 92 percent of 2020 graduates reported that they were employed, continuing education or had other engagements within six months after graduation.

News in Brief

GWSB Professor Wins 2021 Kinnear Award

Vanessa Perry has been recognized again for her 2018 research exploring diversity, consumption and community in gentrifying neighborhoods with Sonya A. Grier.

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New Fossil Bird Named after GW Biology Professor

Catherine Forster has a newly-discovered fossil bird, Falcatekely forsterae, named after her.

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GW English Professor Listed on New Yorker’s ‘Best Books We Read’ List

Edward P. Jones’ Pulitzer-Prize winning 2003 novel, “The Known World” made the publication’s 2020 best books to read list.

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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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