Tyler Anbinder, a professor of history, published a new book last month examining the similar experiences of immigrants across generations coming to the U.S.
A $750,000 grant from the MacArthur Foundation will fund the full-time fellowship program, which is based in the school’s Nuclear Security Working Group.
A grant from the Academy of Korean Studies will fund a Korean institute at GW, which has not yet been formally announced and remains in the planning stages.
EMeRG is raising money to certify its members in mental health first aid.
GW kicked off a search for the director of a new center that will focus on how faculty teach science, technology, engineering and mathematics courses to undergraduates.
Students looking to become environmental policy advocates could soon earn a combined five-year bachelor’s and master’s degree from GW.
A GW Law School professor will spend a $500,000 grant over the next three years gathering evidence of how family courts respond to cases of abuse.