Senior Gavin Derleth plans to quantify and analyze the impact of gentrification on neighborhoods and members of the local community.
Students are studying what kind of insects spend their days feeding off Foggy Bottom flowers to better understand how to support the local ecosystem.
The school will offer two graduate level courses that aim to provide experiential and skills-based learning for students and working professionals.
A study led by Avi Dor, Milken Institute SPH professor of health policy and management, found the 2016 law led to an increase in vaccination rates.
SMHS Professor Dominic Raj recognized as an innovator in nephrology.
The Program on Extremism report finds that IS sympathizers work within private channels and groups to share propaganda and guide operations.
A new paper by CCAS researcher Keryn Gedan examines the body of research on land conversion driven by sea-level rise.
Katina Sawyer, with a grant from the National Science Foundation, will lead a study on gender-inclusive workplace behaviors to identify problems and create solutions.
GW Nursing recently launched the second phase of a study that will determine how to implement best practices for patient-centered care.
The prestigious award highlights the work of undergraduate researchers who plan to pursue careers in the natural sciences, engineering or mathematics.
Associate Professor Lorena Barba recently presented findings from the congressionally-mandated report on Capitol Hill.
The GW Innovation Center students are using virtual reality to bring Dr. Goodall’s message of environmental conservation to a new generation.
Christine Lagarde shared her thoughts on the world’s momentum for economic development during a George Talks Business event.
A new Milken SPH study shows low-calorie sweetened beverage consumers also take in extra calories compared to children and teens who drink water.