RCHN Community Health Foundation Awards $7 Million to GW’s Geiger Gibson Program in Community Health Policy
The collaboration has produced over 100 publications on health equity, health care access, community health centers and has informed health care policy and decision-making.
Asha Reynolds, a former Title IX investigator, has been appointed to lead efforts to make GW a harassment-free environment.
For her Pandemics in Italian Literature class, Lynn Westwater scoured classic novels and centuries-old chronicles about disease outbreaks for stories that reflect today’s struggles.
The virtual learning environment fostered empathy and flexibility that should be retained as GW returns to in-person learning, according to report given at Faculty Senate.
Hadley Chittum’s ‘Team El’ is part of NEXT, the Corcoran’s end-of-year celebration of art and scholarship.
A trio of Elliott School alumni talked about futile searches for oxygen, hospital beds and more.
Pamela Slaven-Lee, senior associate dean for academic affairs and clinical associate professor, has been with the School of Nursing since 2015.
An international research team including biology professor James Clark studied how a tiny desert-living dinosaur used precise vision and owl-like hearing for nocturnal hunting.
Alumni and other members of the GW community are involved in this year’s virtual university-wide commencement celebration and school celebrations.
The 2021-23 Presidential Fellows hope to make an impact with the academic and professional development they gain from the program.
The senator from Massachusetts spoke to politician and voting rights advocate Stacey Abrams about her new book, “Persist,” Monday night.
Industry leaders discussed the ways that ethically-developed AI is solving some of the problems in the financial services, healthcare and government sectors.
The GW American Parliamentary Debate Society won its first national competition.
Professors Emilia Entcheva and Matthew Kay underscore opportunities and challenges for optogenetics to be fully embraced in cardiology in a recently published review.
A $500,000 CNN gift will help achieve the goal of creating a Ted Turner Professor of Environmental Media at SMPA and support GW’s focus on sustainability.