GW hired Christina Franzino as the new assistant director for sexual assault prevention and response, a position vacant since January. Officials also filled two new positions in the Title IX office.
A professor in the Milken Institute School of Public Health found exposure to extreme heat linked to climate change can cause changes in birth weight and increase the odds of a stillbirth.
The investigation began Tuesday, according to a Department of Education document. No other details about the investigation have been released.
The College of Professional Studies is introducing a six-month program to teach data science and analytical skills to working professionals.
A visiting professor’s research is challenging claims that humans originated in response to climate change.
GW researchers partnered with four universities to look at the presence of Alzheimer’s in chimpanzees to develop better treatment.
Students Against Sexual Assault released a public letter requesting a meeting with Education Secretary Betsy DeVos and Candice Johnson, the acting assistant secretary of the Office of Civil Rights.
An engineering school researcher designed a prototype for a new solar cell, the building block of solar panels, that utilizes more energy.
GW announced that three students will be recipients of the Pat Tillman scholarships, receiving a total of $70,000 for their education.
Researchers found that prostate cancer tumors in black men have a genetic variation that may make them more aggressive and resistant to drug treatments.