Igor Efimov, a SEAS professor who specializes in developing novel therapies for heart diseases, was nominated for his contributions to innovation.
GW President Emeritus Steven Knapp now teaches a University Honors Program seminar on metaphor.
The use of video communication was most dominant among higher income respondents and those who may have more difficulty leaving the home.
A new paper by CCAS researcher Greg Wallace finds the connection between ASD traits and food neophobia could affect long-term health outcomes.
GWSB’s Center for International Business Education and Research will emphasize inclusive globalization during the 2018-2022 grant cycle.
A newly-released report brings to light more than 500 stories of missing and slain indigenous women and girls in cities across the U.S.
A new paper identifies how fruit flies’ innate immune system responds to Zika virus, an early step in finding treatment.
Katrina Pariera recently published a paper that looks at how women talk about sex with their female friends.
The university doubled its simulation lab space in Innovation Hall and opened a new Student Success Center.
The IFC-Milken Institute Capital Markets Program at GW provides mid-career professionals from developing and emerging economies with skills to grow their markets and foster prosperity.
A new GW-led study is the first to quantify air pollution’s impact on asthma cases around the globe.
The digital history project “Mapping Segregation in Washington DC” sparked conversation on the lasting impact of decades of housing discrimination in the nation’s capital.
Four teams of GW faculty lead research endeavors on revolutionizing electric grids and creating a pipeline for students pursuing careers in energy.
The new facility in Science and Engineering Hall will centralize GW’s genomic analysis enterprise and encourage interdisciplinary collaboration.
Twenty years after a study found nurses’ voices were underrepresented in the media, a GW Nursing replication finds little has changed.