salamander

Salamander Species Shed Evolutionary Light

August 12, 2022
Three new black-bellied salamanders once thought to be a single species were discovered in the southern Appalachian Mountains by a research team led by CCAS faculty R. Alexander Pyron.
Professor of Statistics Qing Pan (Photo: John Bult)

Proof of Life: How Data Impacts the Real World

August 10, 2022
As an applied statistician, Qing Pan informs public health policy and testifies in courts. She encourages students to make numbers add up to life-changing experiences.
Chemistry REU symposium

Undergraduate Research Program Integrates Green Chemistry, Science Policy

August 08, 2022
The program brings together students from around the country to participate in workshops and independent research led by Department of Chemistry faculty.
Just Grady Goal

Eyes on the Prize: Student Stars in Soccer and Psychology

August 08, 2022
Whether in the lab or in the net, psychology major and soccer goalkeeper Justin Grady uses his study of visual cognition to see what others may miss.
Carlos Rodriguez-Diaz speaks to crowd.

Science Communicators Gather at GW for Day of Networking, Skill-building

August 01, 2022
GW faculty discuss key topics like COVID-19 and harassment of journalists at D.C. Science Writers Association’s Professional Development Day.
Jennifer Forestal

Q & A: IDDP Fellow Jennifer Forestal

July 28, 2022
At the Institute for Data, Democracy & Politics, Forestal will research the processes by which “incels” become radicalized online.
image of nanofibers.

SEAS Research Furthers Development of Materials Able to Capture, Eliminate COVID-19 Virus Aerosols and Droplets

July 27, 2022
Two years after receiving an NSF RAPID grant, Danmeng Shuai’s team has published three papers examining how electrospun fabrics can be used to control the spread of COVID-19.
Dean Lynn Goldman

Educating the GW and D.C. Communities about Monkeypox

July 26, 2022
In a virtual seminar, experts provided current information on the outbreak in D.C.
President Wrighton and other committee members at report launch.

President Wrighton Chairs Study Group on the Role of Chemistry in the Economy

July 25, 2022
Report from the National Academies presents a “road map” for the future of research, training and investment.
Julia Chavez Rodriguez

Biden Adviser Speaks to GW Student Interns

July 25, 2022
Julie Chavez Rodriguez shared with students her journey from the farm fields of California to the halls of the White House.
Transportation Econ Study

Study: Transportation Expenses Drive Urban Cost of Living

July 21, 2022
GW economists and alumni determined that longer commutes affect the cost of living in large cities more than zoning restrictions.

Q & A: IDDP Fellow Jeffrey Lees

July 18, 2022
At the Institute for Data, Democracy & Politics, Lees will examine the spread of election-related misinformation.
campus gates

Innovative Solar Hybrid Kiln Technology Licensed for Commercial Use

July 18, 2022
The technology, invented by SEAS faculty, was licensed by West Virginia-based Englo, Inc. Using passive solar power can help users reduce energy costs in the forest products industry.
Dwayne Wright

Q & A: New Program in Higher Ed Administration Highlights Social Justice Concentration

July 15, 2022
GSEHD professor Dwayne Kwaysee Wright described how and why the new program was developed.
Pamela Norris

Vice Provost for Research Pamela Norris Named ASME Honorary Member

July 14, 2022
Norris, a leading global expert in nanoscale heat transfer, was recognized by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers for her distinguished service and contributions to the field.