Autistic young adults from the Washington, D.C., area join students at Milken Institute SPH to share their experiences and areas of need.
Six members of the GW faculty will demonstrate their innovative work on issues like data privacy and cancer treatment at the annual eMerge Americas Conference in Miami Beach.
Nicolas Reeves, an Elliott School Dean’s Scholar, balances research on tourism with life as a student athlete.
André Gonzales was one of 62 award winners for his work as a student advocate and educational activist.
GW students showcased more than 600 posters and competed for prizes at the annual two-day event.
Planet Forward Summit speakers share how to use storytelling to persuade an audience to rethink waste and eat plant-based.
Senior Samsara Counts used deep learning methods to develop tools that help patients with eating disorders avoid triggering images online.
Senior Brigid Prial combined her interests in English and biological anthropology to research the way two classic novels imagined monstrous science.
Students presented novel ideas to improve community relations and government services at the Smart Cities Hackathon.
GW’s new Data-Capable DC Initiative seeks to build a more robust data ecology among local experts.
Meina Liu, an associate professor in the department of organization sciences and communication, discusses her research on emotional disputes.
“Father of the Internet” Vint Cerf looks to ethical solutions as the key to computer science advancement at the first Internet Distinguished Speaker Series event.
The group was awarded $25,000 to develop a smartphone app as part of a D.C. public innovation competition.
The new website will offer free, research-based resources aimed to bring financial education into high schools.