CCAS professor Amy Zanne worked with an international team to analyze new global biodiversity goals after decade-long targets for 2020 fall short.
Funds include largest one-time alumni donation in university history.
Dr. Perry authored the 2020 State of Homeownership in Black America report, which details why this has been a persistent issue for decades.
CCAS student Gaetano Pellicce Sebelen introduced President Luis Abinader at an online GSPM seminar evaluating the upcoming U.S. presidential election.
During a discussion of her new book, Alicia Garza goes beyond turning a hashtag into a social justice movement.
Biology Professor Keryn Gedan is joining artists and scientists on Virginia’s Eastern Shore to draw attention to “ghost forests” along the Chesapeake Bay.
A two-day gathering of textile experts, artists and enthusiasts marked the virtual opening of a new dedicated space.
GSPM’s Todd Belt says the debate will likely not change the mind of undecided voters.
GW health providers said the flu shots will protect vulnerable residents and are critically important in the fight against COVID-19.
Rapid enrollment and early scientific developments promise to keep an ambitious initiative on track.
The university’s Oct. 10 census shows a 2.9 percent decrease in overall enrollment compared to this time in 2019.
Dear GW Community:
The semester is flying by as it always does, despite the unusual circumstances. I hope you are all staying safe and healthy.
Sara Rosenbaum, the Harold and Jane Hirsh Professor of Health Law and Policy, is best known for her research into the impact of laws affecting health care access and coverage.
GW Nursing researcher Ashley Darcy-Mahoney found that nearly half of all American hospitals surveyed have imposed new restrictions on parental visitation since March.