A recent study by GW Professor Michael S. Irwig reveals persistent and possibly permanent side effects associated with a common hair loss drug.
A grant won by David Ramaker is the Department of Chemistry’s third major award this past academic year.
At GW, undergraduate students get the chance to participate in graduate level work. About 60 student teams submitted projects for undergraduate research symposium.
A new way to determine biting power may shed light on diets of early humans.
Faye Gleisser interned at the National Gallery of Art.
A renowned human rights champion, International Court of Justice Judge Thomas Buergenthal rejoins GW’s law faculty this fall.
GW community continues to mourn the death of sophomore Taylor Hubbard.
Alumna Chanan Delivuk combines food and new media in her provocative art projects.
Amanda James, B.A. ’10, balanced military service and an education at GW.
Jimmy Muñoz oversees chemistry and biology laboratories at the Mount Vernon Campus.
Michael Barnett currently holds a chair of international relations at the University of Minnesota.
New York University’s Doug Guthrie is an expert on sociology and economic reform in China.
Immigration, poverty and abuse are among issues reported on by the winners of the 2010 Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Awards, celebrated May 26 at GW.
Lynn Goldman of Johns Hopkins University has been appointed the new dean of GW’s School of Public Health and Health Services.