GW was selected as one of about 25 sites in the United States to participate in a new COVID-19 vaccine trial, officials announced Wednesday.
Two professors are teaming up to assess how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the number of investments made to affect social change.
A medical school professor has spent the past month interviewing D.C. residents about their perceptions of COVID-19 public health recommendations.
Students said they’ve leaned on hobbies like chess and yoga to keep their spirits up as the pandemic rages on.
The GW Hospital will pay a settlement for allegedly violating hazardous waste regulations, according to an EPA press release.
Jennifer Clayton and a GSHED student are compiling a website with information on K-12 education leaders’ responses to the pandemic.
A public health school professor is creating infrastructure to house COVID-19 patient data for use by GW researchers.
D.C. officials named The GW Hospital an official distribution site for Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine at a press conference Thursday.
Two student interns will continue a weekly composting program maintained through the Office of Sustainability.
Five years after officials launched a sustainability competition, students have helped bring awareness about climate change to underserved areas of the city.