The Milken Institute SPH associate dean of applied public health served 35 years in the federal government in various health care capacities.
From Zoom auditions to virtual whiteboards, LAI provides technological resources for students and instructors during virtual learning.
The office will continue to assist students and faculty with high-quality virtual innovation and entrepreneurship programming and networking.
New GW-led research examined 355 nursing homes in New York and found a 30 percent lower COVID-19 mortality rate in those with unionized employees.
Professor Igor Efimov and his collaborators are pioneering a new class of medical instruments that use flexible electronics to improve patient outcomes in minimally invasive surgeries.
As head of the Advanced Metrics Lab, Dr. Mallinson works virtually with collaborators from undergraduates to post-doctoral students to develop and refine outcome assessments for disorders of consciousness.
Rebekah Tromble and a team of independent researchers will collaborate on a large-scale, opt-in study of social media users’ electoral behavior.
Undergraduate nursing students perform nasal swabs on patients at GW’s Virginia Science and Technology campus, obtaining clinical hours and experience.
Todd Belt, political management program director, said students will experience the power of GSPM’s elite network even in the online learning environment.
Dr. Leftwich is focused on the fundamentals while adapting traditional engineering experiments for at-home data collection.
Alumni of GW’s Native American Political Leadership Program landed virtual internships with AT&T this summer to bring corporate-government relations and advanced broadband access across Indian Country.
Computer science professor troubleshoots challenges of virtual learning with opportunities for student engagement.
Dr. Khilji hopes to keep the spotlight on organizational diversity management and train the next generation of leaders to adopt a humanistic approach.
Dr. Henry will emphasize social justice while letting students take the lead in her public health courses this fall.
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.