Research & Learning

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Congressional Alumni Get Firsthand Briefing on GW’s Innovative Research

At a Capitol Hill breakfast, GW leadership updated alumni elected to Congress on research at the university and explored ways to expand their working relationships.

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The Study of Fiction, Poetry, Drama and Film Is Alive and Well at GW

Antonio López teaches students how to appreciate literary works through their form, content and context.

Students of Philippe Bardet with equipment to be repurposed into a new lab facility. (Courtesy Philippe Bardet)

New Facilities Will Bring Turbulence down to Earth

GW Engineering’s Philippe Bardet secured equipment from the Idaho National Laboratory to expand the study of fluid mechanics at GW.

8th Annual Diversity Summit

8th Annual Diversity Summit Taking Place March 1-3

This year's theme is "Toward a More Perfect Union: With Liberty, Justice & Civility for All."

Out of 1,500 nominees, David Ettinger was one of just 10 librarians nationwide to win the American Library Association’s I Love My Librarian Award. (William Atkins/GW Today)

Librarians Help Students ‘Separate the Wheat from the Chaff’

David Ettinger, one of just 10 winners of the American Library Association’s top honor, prefers to keep the spotlight on what his fellow librarians contribute.

Women in STEM

Leading Women and Girls to Careers in Science

The George Washington University hosted a celebration of women in science ahead of International Day of Women and Girls in Science.

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Leading in Equity for Women: GWSB Once Again at the Top for M.B.A. Enrollment

The school has earned praise from numerous outlets for its inclusion efforts.

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Study Shows Prevalence of Long COVID among GW Community

Research demonstrates even young, healthy people can and do develop symptoms consistent with long COVID.

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The Real Ancient Apocalypse

CCAS’ Eric H. Cline asks why civilizations collapse and what happens afterward. (Hint: It’s not aliens.)

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GW Hosts Lecture on Importance of Antiracism in Counseling Services

The 2023 MLK Jr. Lecture at GSEHD focused on moving toward antiracism and preparing future mental health professionals to utilize antiracist practices in their work.

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Resolve to Make Smarter Health Resolutions in 2023

GW Physician Brad Moore recommends making healthier choices over weight-loss goals for the new year.

Milken Institute SPH building

COVID-19 during Pregnancy Ramps up Serious Health Risks

New research found infection during pregnancy causes a sevenfold increase in risk of death, adding urgency to calls for vaccination.

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GW Research Pushes to the Future

University scholars’ tradition of advancing discovery and influencing policy continues in 2022—and beyond.

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GW Researchers Publish Promising Results of Phase I HIV Vaccine Trial in Humans

New techniques of cell sampling and a stepwise approach to immune system stimulation could open new avenues for vaccine design.

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Research Team Led by GW Scientists Develops Vaccines to Combat Malaria

New mRNA technology could help save lives, prevent illness and make progress toward elimination of this ancient disease.


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