SEAS faculty introduced cutting-edge technology to traditional in-person lab courses, a change that will outlast the COVID-19 pandemic.
A team of GW magnetar experts was part of the international collaboration that analyzed data from space- and ground-based observatories.
The Humanities Center hosted a panel to analyze how white supremacy, anti-blackness, anti-immigrant attitudes, anti-Semitism and truth distortion caused the “MAGA uprising.”
A research team including Biology professor Guillermo Orti and former students charted how fish evolve their body shapes.
Biology professor Carly Jordan filled the gap of COVID-canceled labs and fieldwork with digitized classroom collections.
The university served as a clinical trial site for the mRNA vaccine developed by NIH and Moderna, Inc., helping ensure the vaccine was safe and effective for a diverse population.
Ethan Porter will study reactions to misinformation in 10 countries with the goal of reducing false beliefs around vaccination.
A $700,000 grant will help to start the Community Medi-Corps Program at the Governor’s Health Sciences Academy in Alexandria, Va.
This year’s Pitch George winners will be given the opportunity to compete for a share of $500,000 in cash and prizes to launch their businesses.
Erica Gralla introduced students to the fundamentals of systems engineering and manufacturing using Minecraft.
Digital rights activist Seyi Akiwowo is the latest addition to the one-year-old IDDP, where research is driving national and international responses to questions of digital media.
TSPPPA professor Bill Adams drew on his own experience as a volunteer in the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine trials for his class on research methods.
Elliott School’s Bachelor of Science Program Achieving Goal of Expanding Opportunities for Students across Disciplines
With the help of a partnership with General Dynamics, the Elliott School’s Bachelor of Science program prepares students to use science and technology to address the world’s most pressing policy problems.
Maura Welch, B.A. ’13, plans to study comparative social change at Ireland’s Trinity College Dublin.
The GW president was among D.C. area university presidents on a Washington Business Journal panel that shared lessons learned during the pandemic.