Manyung Emma Hon’s startup is developing plastic eating microbes as a solution to the world’s growing plastics problem.
The university communicated updates about belonging retrieval to students and reaffirmed its commitment to non-discriminatory academic programs.
Dr. LeBlanc recognizes health care and safety providers, students, faculty and staff, notes GW continues to operate to fulfill its essential public health, clinical and educational missions.
CCAS Professor of Psychology Cynthia Rohrbeck shared some tips on the best approaches to discussing the global pandemic with children.
Medium Rare, a chain in the DMV, provides full-course meals to those who cannot get out to buy food during the COVID-19 pandemic.
GWSB Professor Danny Leipziger shares some insights on how Congress’ $2.2 trillion stimulus package in response to the COVID-19 pandemic could help the U.S. economy.
Michael Keidar’s “plasma brush” could help medical providers sterilize masks and other equipment.
Dr. Pittman, a renowned expert in health workforce policy, co-founded the Mullan Institute with the late Fitzhugh Mullan.
GW Cares Student Assistance Fund supports students with financial hardships, including those related to COVID-19.
GW announced alternative plans for commencement, extended telework for employees and other important information to assist the GW community.
Promising Futures engages D.C. middle and high school students as ambassadors and peer educators with a focus on everything from health to leadership skills.
Educational technology expert Natalie Milman said students and teachers should keep lines of communication open.
A new study found that teens with a family member who had been deported or detained said they thought about killing themselves and faced other health risks.
GW will extend the virtual learning period through the end of the spring semester, cancel all on-campus events.