Anthropology professor Roy Richard Grinker draws on his personal history—from his daughter’s autism to his grandfather’s work with Sigmund Freud—to challenge mental illness stigma.
The project, supported by the W.M. Keck Foundation, presents a new hypothesis about how cells learn to adapt to past experiences.
The university placed among the top research institutions for generating Fulbright students, with a total of 12 students accepting the award in the 2020-2021 academic year.
Roles are being reimagined so students can work in areas more tailored to their interests, and live-in staff will assume more managerial involvement.
GSEHD Dean Michael Feuer spoke about the importance of diversity, equity and inclusion in education and GSEHD’s impact on policy.
GW will be a clinical trial site for Sanofi and GSK’s adjuvanted recombinant protein-based COVID-19 vaccine candidate.
Mr. Jackson sought to understand the man behind the myth to deliver an authentic and truthful Washington portrayal, he explained in a bicentennial talk with GW’s Denver Brunsman.
Christopher J. Wiernicki, M.S. ‘83, has been recognized for his innovations in the design, engineering and operation of ships and offshore structures.
GW alumnus Jerry Reinsdorf spoke about the impact of COVID-19 on sports and the importance of philanthropy.
During a virtual conversation with four D.C. universities, Mr. Gates said that making an impact on climate change will be more difficult than many young advocates recognize.
During a virtual Black Heritage Celebration event, the PBS NewsHour’s White House correspondent discussed the importance of telling Black stories as a political journalist.
Veteran Politico reporter Jake Sherman, BA ’08, covered budget battles and the Capitol Hill riots. Now he’s breaking news with Punchbowl News.
Public health students document adherence to mask wearing and physical distancing guidelines in their communities.
A SEAS research team received funding to develop artificial intelligence systems aimed at helping people with health challenges drive safely.
A gift from Kenneth E. Jaconetty will create an endowed need-based scholarship to support law students from diverse backgrounds to pursue studies in intellectual property law.