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Study: Online Battle Lost Early in COVID Crisis

October 19, 2022

A team led by Physics’ Neil Johnson revealed mainstream Facebook communities were already intertwined with anti-science groups before COVID-19 vaccines arrived.

GW Climate and Health Institute Inaugural Symposium Focuses on Recent U.S. Moves toward Clean Energy

October 17, 2022

Sen. Tom Carper, chair of the Environment and Public Works Committee, laid out congressional accomplishments on climate change.

Mothering behind Bars

October 11, 2022

As more mothers are jailed for minor offenses, Sociology’s Zimife Umeh interviewed formerly incarcerated women about the trauma of institutional separation.

Lifestyles of the Fit and Healthy

October 10, 2022

New SMHS residency concentration offers tools to help doctors and patients treat and reverse chronic conditions.

Partnering with Churches, Psychology Team Targets Suicides among Black Youth

October 06, 2022

With suicide rates skyrocketing among young African Americans, Psychology professor Sherry Molock is working with churches to address the crisis in communities.

SMHS Awarded Grants to Improve Cultural Responsiveness about HIV and COVID Screening

September 30, 2022

Professor Maranda Ward said the study aims to work toward health equity, attain health literacy.

GW’s Postdocs Receive Appreciation and Thanks

September 26, 2022

A keynote address on leadership kicked off event celebrating postdocs and their mentors.

To Fight Structural Inequity, Institutions Must Face Ugly Truths

September 26, 2022

Delivering Equity Institute Initiative keynote, professor and CNN commentator Eddie Glaude pointed to the unacknowledged “value gap” at the root of structural inequalities in America.

John Sutter Is the Inaugural Ted Turner Visiting Professor of Environmental Media

September 26, 2022

SMPA welcomes the award-winning journalist to the endowed professorship named after the CNN founder and conservationist.

Talking in Tune: Senior’s Podcast Shares Music Passion

September 20, 2022

A performer with GW bands and choirs, senior Ellie D’Andria orchestrated her special interdisciplinary major into a podcast celebrating the joy of music.

From Meatpacking to Policing, GW Researchers Bridge Disciplines to Address Inequity

September 19, 2022

Equity Institute Initiative will showcase researchers’ work on racial, ethnic and socioeconomic equity Sept. 22 and 23.

GW’s Biostatistics Center Celebrates 50 Impactful Years

September 16, 2022

Five decades of saving lives, improving outcomes for sick patients praised during the daylong, landmark anniversary symposium.

New Research Aims to Shed Light on Workplace Fatalities

September 08, 2022

David Michaels from the Milken Institute SPH seeks to strengthen national efforts to prevent fatalities and serious injuries in a post-pandemic world.

GW Launches Benchmark Government Communications Survey

September 08, 2022

Graduate School of Political Management will manage the project aimed at enhancing public trust in government.

Cross-Disciplinary Partnership to Focus Structural Lens on HIV Interventions

August 31, 2022

The program brings together faculty from the Milken Institute SPH Department of Prevention and Community Health and the CCAS Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences

Will a New Corporate Model Save the World?

August 24, 2022

GW emeritus professor William E. Halal looks at our future.

GW-CIBER Awarded $1.3 Million Grant Renewal

August 19, 2022

The theme for this grant cycle, which will run through 2026, is Institutions, Resilient, Globalization and Sustainable Competitiveness.

Finding Identity on the Disco Dance Floor

August 18, 2022

GW professor Loren Kajikawa explores the connection between disco and gay liberation.

Elliott School Grad Student Taking Part in Fourth NASA Internship

August 16, 2022

Laura Ratliff is helping NASA establish a consensus on how U.S. agencies define terms related to lunar positioning, navigation and timing systems.

Q & A: IDDP Fellow Madeline Jalbert

August 16, 2022

At the Institute for Data, Democracy & Politics, Dr. Jalbert will study how our contexts and experiences impact the way we judge truth and anticipate risk.

GW Launches Refreshed Research and Research Magazine Websites

August 16, 2022

Site updates reflect the university’s commitment to cutting-edge research and scholarship as a growing comprehensive research institution

Proof of Life: How Data Impacts the Real World

August 10, 2022

As an applied statistician, Qing Pan informs public health policy and testifies in courts. She encourages students to make numbers add up to life-changing experiences.

Eyes on the Prize: Student Stars in Soccer and Psychology

August 08, 2022

Whether in the lab or in the net, psychology major and soccer goalkeeper Justin Grady uses his study of visual cognition to see what others may miss.

Undergraduate Research Program Integrates Green Chemistry, Science Policy

August 08, 2022

The program brings together students from around the country to participate in workshops and independent research led by Department of Chemistry faculty.

Science Communicators Gather at GW for Day of Networking, Skill-building

August 01, 2022

GW faculty discuss key topics like COVID-19 and harassment of journalists at D.C. Science Writers Association’s Professional Development Day.

SEAS Research Furthers Development of Materials Able to Capture, Eliminate COVID-19 Virus Aerosols and Droplets

July 27, 2022

Two years after receiving an NSF RAPID grant, Danmeng Shuai’s team has published three papers examining how electrospun fabrics can be used to control the spread of COVID-19.

President Wrighton Chairs Study Group on the Role of Chemistry in the Economy

July 25, 2022

Report from the National Academies presents a “road map” for the future of research, training and investment.

Study: Transportation Expenses Drive Urban Cost of Living

July 21, 2022

GW economists and alumni determined that longer commutes affect the cost of living in large cities more than zoning restrictions.

Study: Transportation Expenses Drive Urban Cost of Living

July 21, 2022

GW economists and alumni determined that longer commutes affect the cost of living in large cities more than zoning restrictions.

Innovative Solar Hybrid Kiln Technology Licensed for Commercial Use

July 18, 2022

The technology, invented by SEAS faculty, was licensed by West Virginia-based Englo, Inc. Using passive solar power can help users reduce energy costs in the forest products industry.

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