The addition of a Nobel laureate to GW's faculty shows that the University's commitment to science is becoming more pronounced, a positive step after GW pledged $300 million to the Science and Engineering Complex last semester.
Ferid Murad, a biochemist from the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, will serve students in the undergraduate, graduate and research levels. This promising addition will bring a great deal of prestige to the University. We are excited that Murad has chosen to teach here, and believe that GW will greatly benefit from his work.
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