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Officials in the medical school will launch a leadership-focused doctoral health sciences program beginning in fall 2020.
A new study provides the first-ever estimate of how air pollution affects global rates of cardiopulmonary disease in 250 urban cities.
The former dean of enrollment management at the University of Miami became GW’s interim vice provost for enrollment management Monday.
Verizon subscribers on campus will now have access to 5G service, the next generation of cellular technology.
Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton, D-D.C. joined House democrats in calling for impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump.
The University will use a $5 million grant to establish a new research institute aimed at combatting the spread of misinformation online.
A research team found that particles from fat cells can determine patients’ risk for cardiovascular disease.
A former student is alleging that GW perpetuates a culture in which older, tenured professors “bully” non-tenured research and clinical faculty.
The program will teach nurse practitioner students how to use technology to reach underserved urban and rural populations.