The School of Medicine and Health Sciences virtually hosted its inaugural clinical public health symposium on COVID-19 Tuesday.
An engineering professor is working with researchers to develop a “plasma brush” that could potentially decontaminate surfaces exposed to COVID-19.
Mental health professionals said students should try to maintain as much of their daily routine as they “safely” can to curb loneliness.
Students with chronic illnesses said they have strictly adhered to public health guidelines to keep themselves healthy throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
Officials are encouraging the GW community to donate to a student financial assistance fund in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Pamela Jeffries, the nursing school dean, said the jump in rankings can be attributed to the joint efforts of faculty, staff, students and alumni.
Public health professor Christopher Mores is sharing professional advice about how to protect yourself and others against COVID-19.
The Marvin Center will close to the public starting Friday night, and access to Ross Hall will be limited to authorized personnel only.
Students in the Doctor of Physical Therapy program have been told to continue clinical rotations, according to an email obtained by The Hatchet.
After initially freezing appointments scheduled through April 5, officials have canceled all ongoing counseling appointments and closed the Mount Vernon Campus health center for the remainder of the semester.