Research & Learning

STAT Madness

Cast Your Vote for GW in the STAT Madness Tournament

GW Engineering and Milken Institute SPH research to go head-to-head with other leading research institutions in the online, bracket-style tournament.

Jameta Barlow

‘Writing Blackgirls’ and Women’s Health Science’

Edited by CCAS professor Jameta Barlow, the collection of works focuses on the well-being of Black girls and women.

AAAS Annual Meeting 2024

GW Research, Expertise on Display at World’s Largest General Scientific Society Meeting

The American Association for the Advancement of Science’s 2024 Annual Meeting brought together leading scientists, students, government agencies, foundations and more.

Duques Hall

GW Business Ranked No. 1 in World for Women’s Enrollment in MBA Programs

The Financial Times recognized the school for leading the charge in cultivating a diverse and inclusive environment for women.

women in health care

Women in Healthcare Face Higher Burnout Rates Compared to Their Male Colleagues

New study also identifies factors that protect women healthcare professionals against harmful stress.

SMHS panel on heart health for the school's bicentennial.

SMHS Opens Its Bicentennial Lecture Series with a Discussion on Heart Health

A panel of six leading GW cardiologists discuss “Staying Heart Healthy.”

Museum Studies Prof Laura Schiavo in brown sweater with classes standing in from of a staircase.

Never Neutral: U.S. Museums Face Historical ‘Reckoning’

With museums across the country reexamining their Native American exhibits, Corcoran’s Laura Schiavo uncovers a legacy of political and cultural influence.


GSEHD Announces New Center for Jewish Education

“The Collaboratory” will incubate new ideas, engage public in new approaches to Jewish education.

GW Monogram

In Video: Democracy's Shifting Attitude

CCAS Dean Paul Wahlbeck in discussion with Political Science Professor Andrew Thompson.

Alexa Alice Joubin and Lakeisha R. Harrison hosted a discussion focused on ocused on understanding DEI terminology across global lines.

The Elliott School Hosts Annual Inclusive Excellence Week

The theme for the 2024 Inclusive Excellence Week was “Can We Talk: The Global Language of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion."


TRAILS AI Institute Announces First Round of Seed Funding

The eight funded projects, totaling just over $1.5 million, will advance cutting-edge research and scholarship that spans AI design, development and governance.

David Michaels

U.S. Regulatory System Failed to Prevent Thousands of Deaths during COVID-19 Pandemic

A Q & A with Milken Institute SPH’s David Michaels, who analyzed policy failures at the federal level, examines possible paths forward before the next pandemic.

Rebecca Hwa

Rebecca Hwa Knew Generative AI before It Was Cool

The chair of GW Engineering’s computer science department has studied natural language processing since the 2000s.

GW Serves with Sahas Srinivasan

GW Serves: Senior’s Statistical Study Supports Sidewalk Safety

Working with the Capitol Hill Village Sidewalk Safety Team, Sahas Srinivasan’s data analysis unveils need for improved pedestrian safety in D.C.

2023 New Venture Competition presentation

Applications for 2024 New Venture Competition Due Jan. 28

This year’s nationally recognized student entrepreneurship competition will once again include five tracks.


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