Digital rights activist Seyi Akiwowo is the latest addition to the one-year-old IDDP, where research is driving national and international responses to questions of digital media.
TSPPPA professor Bill Adams drew on his own experience as a volunteer in the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine trials for his class on research methods.
Elliott School’s Bachelor of Science Program Achieving Goal of Expanding Opportunities for Students across Disciplines
With the help of a partnership with General Dynamics, the Elliott School’s Bachelor of Science program prepares students to use science and technology to address the world’s most pressing policy problems.
Maura Welch, B.A. ’13, plans to study comparative social change at Ireland’s Trinity College Dublin.
The GW president was among D.C. area university presidents on a Washington Business Journal panel that shared lessons learned during the pandemic.
Before the pandemic hit, many women exhibited lower financial literacy levels than men, according to new Global Financial Literacy Excellence Center report.
The ongoing corporate research partnership between SEAS Professor Michael Keidar and the biotech company US Patent Innovations, LLC employs engineering and translational molecular sciences to develop new medical devices.
Business leader Christopher J. Wiernicki, M.S. '83, spoke about how companies must learn to adapt for future success as part of the annual Frank Howard Distinguished Lecture.
The center received $11.3 million in grants for programs geared toward research and training in vocational rehabilitation for persons with disabilities.
These interdisciplinary collaborations will provide opportunities for students to explore careers in public interest technology.
The online MBA ranked fourth on Poets & Quants’ 2021 list of best online programs, jumping 21 spots from the previous year’s ranking.The online MBA ranked fourth on Poets & Quants’ 2021 list of best online programs, jumping 21 spots from the previous year’s ranking.
COVID-19 has transformed end-of-life rituals; Anthropology Department professors and students are examining the new ways we say goodbye.
Dr. Perry authored the 2020 State of Homeownership in Black America report, which details why this has been a persistent issue for decades.
Biology Professor Keryn Gedan is joining artists and scientists on Virginia’s Eastern Shore to draw attention to “ghost forests” along the Chesapeake Bay.