GW Transplant Institute Celebrates 100th Kidney Exchange

August 17, 2017
The recipient and donor, who had waited seven years for a kidney, met at the Institute’s milestone celebration.
BCR Collaborative

SPH Project Aims to Improve Childhood Resilience

August 17, 2017
The Building Community Resilience Collaborative was recently awarded an $800,000 grant by the Kresge Foundation.
Samiullah Baloch Badini

Sami Badini Awarded Alexandria Partnership Fellowship

August 14, 2017
Mr. Badini, an activist from Balochistan, Pakistan, hopes to raise awareness about the struggles of torture victims after receiving his master’s in forensic psychology.
Solar eclipse

Total Solar Eclipse ‘Great Event To Behold’

August 10, 2017
GW astrophysics researcher Alexander van der Horst explains what scientists can learn from the Aug. 21 solar eclipse.
Thomas LeBlanc

Ethical Research Is a Shared Responsibility

August 07, 2017
George Washington President Thomas LeBlanc opens a three-day conference on scientific integrity and knowledge sharing.
W. Andrew Barr

Origin of Human Genus May Have Occurred by Chance

August 03, 2017
A GW researcher’s paper challenges the claim that the genus Homo originated in response to environmental changes.

College of Professional Studies Launches Data Analytics Boot Camp

August 03, 2017
The six-month course teaches fundamental data science and analytics skills.

High-Achieving Latino Students Hone Leadership Skills at GW

July 31, 2017
Caminos al Futuro, a program funded by the Cisneros Hispanic Leadership Institute, welcomed its second cohort of high school students this summer.

A Watershed Moment for D.C. School Girls

July 17, 2017
GW SummerTrek program engages D.C. schoolgirls with GW faculty, students and staff and learning about environmental issues.
Matthew Lumb

Scientists Design Solar Cell That Captures Nearly All Solar Spectrum Energy

July 11, 2017
A SEAS researcher helped develop technology that could become the most efficient solar cell in the world.

SEAS Team Captures Second Place in Inaugural Spaceport America Cup

June 26, 2017
Student Rocket Team placed second out of 40 schools in the Space Dynamics Laboratory payload challenge.
Ralph Nader gave a special address at "Driverless Cars: The Legal Landscape."

Deployment of Autonomous Vehicles Could Be Complex and Costly

June 23, 2017
Symposium at GW Law includes talk by consumer protection advocate Ralph Nader.
Lily Anna Segalman

Practicing Science on the High Seas

June 22, 2017
GW students combined oceanography research on environmental threats with the rigors of seamanship during a 12-week journey aboard a tall ship in the South Pacific.
Supportive Oncodermatology Clinic

New Clinic Aims to Improve Quality of Life for Cancer Patients

June 22, 2017
The GW Supportive Oncodermatology Clinic will address cancer treatment side effects on the hair, skin and nails.
Andrew Zimmerman and Sarah Wagner.

Two GW Professors Receive Guggenheim Fellowships

June 22, 2017
Sarah Wagner and Andrew Zimmerman will use competitive grant winnings to write books on missing U.S. service members in Vietnam and the U.S. Civil War, respectively.