The Middle East Studies Association Moves to GW

August 22, 2019

The highly regarded professional association for scholars of the Middle East is now headquartered at GW.

HATEHIGHWAYS

Novel Mapping Model Tracks How Hate Spreads and Adapts Online

August 21, 2019

A team of GW researchers studying hate on social media outlined the challenges to dismantling online hate groups worldwide in a new paper.

Eduardo Sotomayor

Eduardo Sotomayor Installed as Dr. Cyrus Katzen Family Director of the GW Cancer Center

August 19, 2019

Dr. Sotomayor, a pioneer in the field of lymphoma research and treatment, has been leading GW’s Cancer Center since 2015. 

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Proceeds from GW-Developed Drug to Fund Academic Priorities

August 16, 2019

The sale of a portion of royalty rights will boost GW’s growth as a preeminent research university.

KIC Tech Frontier

GW Experts Train Korean Researchers in Entrepreneurship

August 15, 2019

The Office of Innovation and Entrepreneurship partners with the Korea Innovation Center to incubate promising Korean technology startups.

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New Nursing Program Seeks to Improve Care for Underserved Patients

August 13, 2019

A team of interdisciplinary GW faculty was recently awarded $2.8 million to develop curriculum on social determinants of health and telehealth technology. 

Noelle Purcell

Ancient Soil Provides a Window to the Past

August 05, 2019

Senior Noelle Purcell hopes to create a paleosol morphology guide that would help researchers in the field estimate environmental conditions of the past.

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New Program Gives Student Businesses a Boost 

August 02, 2019

The GW Summer Startup Accelerator helps students and alumni launch their businesses. 

GW professors at Race in the Marketplace Conference in Paris

GW Researchers Converge on Paris

August 02, 2019

Interdisciplinary teams of GW scholars presented their findings on the impact of race and racism in the marketplace at an international conference.

Jose Andres

World Renowned Chef José Andrés Reintroduces Course on Food and Social Issues

July 25, 2019

The fall sustainability course is the latest in a long partnership between GW and the acclaimed chef and humanitarian.

Walkability

Q & A: What Walkability Means for the D.C. Area

July 23, 2019

As housing prices rise in metro areas nationwide, GWSB professor Christopher Leinberger said creating more housing is a way to improve social equity and access to opportunity.

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Changes in Human Diet Shed Light on Human Evolution

July 23, 2019

A study by CCAS researchers finds a dietary shift about 1.65 million years ago demonstrates a divergence from earlier human ancestors.

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Knight Foundation Investment to Fund Institute for Data, Democracy, and Politics

July 22, 2019

New interdisciplinary research institute will fight digital disinformation at a critical time.

Catherine Poulton, Gender-Based Violence in Emergencies Manager at UNICEF

First GenderPro Cohort Begins Summit

July 19, 2019

International development workers will earn a first-of-its-kind certification in the gender field.

Myrto Kampouris

SEAS Student Researches How Friction Can Prevent Earthquake Damage

July 19, 2019

Junior Myrto Kampouris, a Clare Boothe Luce Program in Undergraduate Research Award recipient, is driven by a passion for the mathematics behind architecture.