William T. Grant Foundation President Adam Gamoran laid out proposals for reevaluating the way universities look at applied social science.
The Circumpolar Active Layer Monitoring project collects and analyzes samples of permafrost from more than 300 sites around the world.
GW President Thomas LeBlanc, Vice President for Research Robert H. Miller opened the 2018 conference of science writers that featured briefings by university researchers and faculty.
A Milken Institute SPH study advocates for a standardized method of accounting for deaths after natural disasters.
In a follow up to her documentary “Dog Parks and Coffee Shops,” GWSB’s Vanessa Perry discusses her research on faux diversity and consumption in gentrifying neighborhoods.
Bile duct cancer is linked to liver fluke infection, a major public health concern in Southeast Asia where the population routinely eats undercooked fish.
Gov. Northam, GW President LeBlanc and SMHS Dean Akman spoke about how the academy will help to diversify the health care workforce in the region.
At Teaching Day, an expert discussed how faculty can use research on academic dishonesty to design more effective learning environments.
This year’s conference on the Foggy Bottom campus will highlight GW’s research efforts in the sciences, engineering, public health and medicine.
Josh Henkin, founder of a career coaching company for STEM graduates, gave the keynote address at GW’s Postdoc Appreciation Day.
GW CyberCorps receives $4.8 million in renewal funding to support 24 students over five years.
Neil Johnson’s background in “many-body” physics provides the framework for his research on how extremist groups form online.
Robert Turner, SMHS assistant professor, explores how athletes retool their identity when their athletic careers end.
Leon Grayfer is researching how amphibians fight harmful pathogens at different stages of development.