Over the course of the academic year, seven faculty-led working groups will examine GW’s research practices across multiple disciplines.
Three centers in the Elliott School of International Affairs were awarded a roughly $3 million grant from the Department of Education’s Title VI program.
The Milken Institute School of Public Health is launching a new podcast this semester titled “Healthy You” to explore common public health issues.
About three-quarters of students at the Graduate School of Education and Human Development are female – a more than decadelong trend.
Citing insufficient funds, CCAS officials said they plan to phase out the Jackie Robinson Project after celebrating Robinson’s 100th birthday in January.
The Colonial Health Center is offering two group sessions this semester titled “#MeToo – You Are Not Alone.”
The public health school dean wrote an op-ed Saturday negating Trump’s claims that the school’s Hurricane Maria research was driven by partisan politics.
President Donald Trump again claimed Friday night that public health school research estimating the Hurricane Maria death toll was incorrect.
GW Police Department officers are searching for a black male with a long beard who “inappropriately touched” a woman in Gelman Library Friday.
President Donald Trump falsely claimed Thursday that Democrats made up research from the public health school estimating 3,000 deaths after Hurricane Maria.