A new series from GW Today shows how GW is preparing for the fall semester and a high-quality academic experience.
The clinical education instructor will help first-year nursing students learn the fundamentals of disease and medical intervention and introduce second-year nursing students to the hospital setting.
Economics professor is “excited” to meet the challenge of a remote teaching and learning experience with her students.
GWSB professor Scott Lancaster will introduce Microsoft Excel projects and case studies into his intermediate accounting course this fall.
Geography professor hopes hometown environmental history projects find new depth during virtual learning.
This CCAS professor is reinventing her “A Study of Women and Media” course to explore activist movements and inequalities highlighted by the pandemic.
The artist and writer sees virtual learning as an opportunity to make the art of printmaking more democratic and accessible.
Chemistry professor says some techniques from virtual learning should remain in place whenever classes convene in person again.
Dr. Cromwell will create an engaging online learning experience for students to enhance their research and career skills as an internship course faculty adviser.
The 2020 winner of the Trachtenberg Prize for Teaching Excellence is optimistic that virtual learning might make students better engineers.