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GSEHD Researcher Studies District-Led School Turnaround Initiative

July 06, 2020

Joshua Glazer’s new report adds to a decade-long examination of a local effort in Tennessee to improve the lowest performing schools with recommendations for sustaining success.


'ISIS Files' Shed Light on Inner Workings of Terror Group

July 02, 2020

The documents recovered in Iraq provide insight on the terror groups’ operations in Iraq.


Milken Institute SPH Receives Grant to Strengthen Health Equity Leadership Program

June 26, 2020

The $3.5 million grant from The Atlantic Philanthropies will fund the global program aimed to address health inequities through 2028.

COVID-19 Research

SEAS Team Graphs a COVID-19 Search Engine

June 25, 2020

Professor Howie Huang led the development of a novel visual search engine for COVID-19 research papers.

Strainoptronics: A New Way to Control Photons

June 22, 2020

GW researchers create first efficient 2D material photodetector for telecom wavelengths, a discovery that has the potential to advance communications and computer systems.


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Counseling as the Key to Countering Domestic Terrorism

June 19, 2020

A group of Elliott School graduate student researchers said a disconnect between police and local communities has implications for countering violent extremism and racial injustice. 

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GW Gradually Ramps up On-Campus Research Activities

June 15, 2020

Laboratory users will have to adhere to guidelines from local, state and national public health authorities, including social distancing and appropriate PPE use.

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Global Perspective Residency Goes Virtual

June 14, 2020

GSPM hosted its first online residency on Georgia in the spring and will continue e-residencies until it is safe to travel.


CyberGraph: Mapping Cyber Threats to Prevent the Next Attack

June 07, 2020

SEAS professor Howie Huang’s lab is researching and developing a novel AI tool to help cybersecurity analysts identify and eliminate malicious behaviors more efficiently.  


Milken Professor Calls for Urgent Research on COVID-19 and Sperm

June 07, 2020

Melissa J. Perry is urging more research on the impact of the virus on male fertility and sexual transmission.

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Virtual Teaching Camps Will Help Instructors Transition to Distance and Blended Learning

May 29, 2020

FLEX Camps, offered by GW Libraries and Academic Innovation, offers faculty  guidance on adapting existing courses no matter what teaching looks like in the fall.

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Milken Institute SPH Researcher Combats COVID-19 By Developing New Computational Tools to Analyze Genetic Data

May 28, 2020

Ali Rahnavard received a RAPID grant for his work creating computational platforms that can compare the genetic sequences of different coronaviruses.


Research Ecosystem Report Highlights Need for Communication, Strategic Investment

May 26, 2020

The report offers recommendations from faculty-led working groups examining four key areas of GW’s research environment.


GW Joins University Network to Advance Public Interest Technology

May 15, 2020

University will prepare a new generation of leaders to recognize and consider the societal implications of new technologies.

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New Map Reveals Distrust in Health Expertise Is Winning Hearts and Minds Online

May 12, 2020

Researchers warn scientists are fighting health misinformation in the wrong place.