CancerFreeHIV, an online initiative started by SMHS fourth-year Allison Graeter, addresses persons with HIV’s higher cancer mortality rates.
The University installed live weather tracking systems to provide more accurate safety alerts during hazardous weather events earlier this month.
A Milken study found some beef products labeled as “Raised Without Antibiotics” may contain cattle that have been administered antibiotics.
A study found the mental health of Latino adolescents declined during the pandemic as parents’ job loss and childcare responsibilities increased.
GW’s reinstatement of its indoor mask mandate falls in line with other local universities as the spread of COVID-19 accelerates.
Officials named alumnus and former Student Association Executive Vice President Josh Lasky the new director of the Office of Sustainability Tuesday.
The move comes after Johns Hopkins, Georgetown and American universities reimplemented their mask mandates earlier this month.
A School of Nursing study found that nurse practitioners with an overload of COVID-19 patients turned to family and friends to cope with high stress.
The dropped mandate brought on the first week of in-person classes without indoor masking required for students since March 2020.
GW ranked sixth out of its 12 peer schools in its expenditures of federal research funds in FY 2020 and research documents published in 2021.