A CCAS senior was awarded a research fellowship to study the Original Rainbow Coalition of the 1960s and its role in Chicago communities.
Local students spent two weeks learning how to collect and analyze open source data related to farming, forestry and nutrition.
The GW School of Nursing is among 16 programs recognized for a continued commitment to student learning and professional development.
Helena Salvi, B.S. ’18, combined engineering and biology to tackle interdisciplinary research projects at GW.
The Virginia Governor’s Health Sciences Academy, a collaboration between the GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences and Alexandria Public Schools, launched this summer with a bridge program.
Assistant Professor Chiara ManzinI was awarded $2 million to study the role of the CC2D1A gene in making males more susceptible to autism than females.
The renowned neuroscientist has more than 30 years of experience in research and leadership.
Intersectionality research will look at how different positions of power affect mental and physical health and drug use.
A master’s degree program at the law school offers an alternative to a traditional law degree for those outside of the legal profession.
The university collaborated with the American Association of People with Disabilities to offer a certificate program in disability advocacy.
CCAS student Maggie Moss will analyze ancient volcanic ash to learn more about the supervolcano’s heat source.
The new, two-week GW Pre-College program introduced selected high school students to healthcare career paths.
Simple lubricants transform from liquid to a solid-like film under extreme conditions, according to findings by a GW research team.
A study by GW journalism Professor Nikki Usher quantifies the challenges female D.C. journalists face on social media.