Research & Learning

Bob Smith and Jim Chung

Office of Innovation and Entrepreneurship Celebrates Impact and Looks to the Future

Bob Smith will take the reins from Jim Chung, who built OIE into a globally recognized program during his 14-year tenure as leader.

Ross Hall courtyard

SMHS MD Program Receives Full, 8-Year Accreditation

The recognition LCME comes after a 20-month self study that included 125 faculty, students and staff.

Professor Hermann J. Helgert and his wife, Janet

Engineering Professor Hermann J. Helgert Creates $3 Million Fellowship Fund

Merit-Based Awards Will Support Doctoral Students in Electrical and Computer Engineering.

Global Management of Soccer class

The Precipice of Global Soccer Education

By offering Management of Global Soccer course, GW is at the forefront of comprehensively teaching the inner workings of the world’s most popular game.

Stacy Dean

GW and José Andrés Name Stacy Dean as Inaugural Carbonell Family Executive Director of the Global Food Institute

Dean, a food and nutrition security expert, most recently has served as the Deputy Under Secretary for the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Food, Nutrition and Consumer Services.

Sensitive skin

Spreading the Word about Sensitive Skin Solutions

GW SMHS research shows interest is high among residents and physicians, however, training on the diagnosis and management of sensitive skin lags. 

Protestors with pro-immigration signs in Seattle, 2017 (Nitish Meena/Unsplash)

Anti-Immigrant Political Rhetoric and Action Threaten Latinx Youth

Adolescents with a family member deported or detained in 2018 suffered significantly more mental health problems four years later, study shows.

keynote speaker was Kristi Pullen Fedinick, associate professor in environmental health at the GW Milken Institute School of Public Health

GW Researchers Engage with Area Science Journalists and Communicators

University experts discussed environmental racism and the ethics of AI in journalism at the D.C. Science Writers Association Professional Development Day.

GW's Harlan Greenhouse was among the Science and Engineering Hall locations open for tours at last week's Research Showcase. (Lily Speredelozzi/GW Today)

GW Research Showcase Strives for Sustainable and Equitable Future

Undergraduate, graduate and postdoctoral researchers from across the university presented at Wednesday’s event, also featuring lab tours & related programming.

From left, moderator John Warren asked panelists Kelley Squazzo and Swapna Padhye to share their publishing expertise.

The George Washington University Hosts Student Journal Symposium

Graduate Program in Publishing event joined students and professionals.

Grace Truslow

GW Recipient of Truman Scholarship Wants to Champion Environmental Equity

Grace Truslow, a recipient of the 2024 Truman scholarship, wants to channel her passion for environmental advocacy with a career in green energy and infrastructure.

Figure hurrying outside Flagg Building

A Marvelous Party Highlights NEXT Festival

Work by more than 80 students across artistic disciplines was on show at the annual Extravaganza.

2024 Faculty Honors awards

GW Distinguished Faculty and Graduate Teaching Assistants Honored at 14th Annual Faculty Honors Ceremony

Awardees were recognized for excellence in teaching, research, scholarship and service.

Opal HTM team members at GW Nursing's Simulation and Innovation Learning (SAIL) Center. Left to right: Sanchit Vijay, M.S. '24; Mobolaji Shobanke, M.S. '24; Tabitha Northrup, B.S.N. '24; Connor Roberts; SAIL Center Director Crystel Farina; Aissatou Thiam, B.S.N. '24; and Ekundayo Shittu. (Courtesy E. Shittu)

Alumnus and Professor Partner to Bring Revolutionary Medical Sensor to Market

Opal HTM technology monitors usage of biomedical devices like infusion pumps and dialysis machines to help hospitals use limited resources effectively.

Interfaith Dinner 2024

Interfaith Week Seeks Common Ground

Inclusivity was a core principle of the events aimed at broadening appreciation of the GW community diversity.


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