The $7 million was provided to The Geiger Gibson Program in Community Health Policy, which offers opportunities for research on disparities within healthcare.
A SEAS researcher discovered that a stomach virus can survive and continue to spread despite common sanitation practice.
Elliott School research professor Robert Orttung is working with members of four GW schools to bring clean and cheap energy to Wards 7 and 8.
Pamela Slaven-Lee will begin her role as the School of Nursing’s interim dean on July 1 after Pamela Jeffries’ departure.
A biology professor is studying the ecological impacts of an insect that will flood the DMV for the first time in 17 years this spring.
An assistant engineering professor is creating a safety system that autonomous planes can use to respond to adverse weather and electrical faults.
Public health experts said the vaccine mandate will increase safety, but slow and limited vaccine rollouts abroad worry international students.
SEAS will launch two online computer science programs this fall – the Gateway to Computer Science Certificate and the master’s in applied computer science.
The study found that a recent shortage of Black, Hispanic and Native American graduates could continue to limit workforce diversity across the country.
The School of Nursing jumped 11 spots this year to crack the U.S. News and World Report’s top 25 graduate nursing schools for the first time.