A professor of medicine received a $1.8 million grant to inhibit proteins that strengthen drug resistance in cancer cells.
More than 10 faculty say they hope Wrighton will repair the administration’s relations with the rest of the GW community and strengthen shared governance.
David Shambaugh, a professor of Asian studies, political science and international affairs, discussed the influence of China’s past presidents Thursday.
The CREATE digital studio opened in Gelman Library at the start of the semester with a virtual reality space, an audiovisual production suite and more.
Officials and student leaders commemorated the 20th anniversary of the lives lost on 9/11 in an in-person memorial service Friday.
The professor published a supplement to the Women’s Health Issues journal with nine articles on women’s military health issues.
Officials installed new computers, web cameras, microphones and access to virtual platforms for students to attend classes remotely if necessary.
Experts in Eurasian and South Asian foreign policy discussed the impact of America’s recent military retreat from Afghanistan Thursday.
Officials and student leaders hosted the Class of 2025 at GW’s first in-person convocation ceremony since 2019 at the Smith Center Saturday.
Hana Akselrod will run the Medical Faculty Associates’ safety and health protocols as the new COVID-19 response lead.