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Dean Ben Vinson and Professor Carson Murray

Chimps in the Wild Shine Light on Human Parenting Practices

In a video conversation with Dean Ben Vinson, Carson Murray discusses her observations of chimps in the jungles of Tanzania—and how they shed new light on maternal moods, gender roles and even human parenting practices. Read more.

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David Mitchell and students from his Dean’s Scholars in Globalization course on Disabled People and the Holocaust at the site of

The Holocaust Killing Centers: An Historical Nightmare for the Disabled

April 08, 2015

In his Dean’s Scholars in Globalization English seminar, David Mitchell leads his students on a pilgrimage to Germany to memorialize a little known tragedy: the twisted Nazi euthanasia program that resulted in the medical murders of 300,000 disabled people.

Museum Studies graduate student Lauren Shenfeld, BA ’13, wears many hats at the new museum, from community liaison to tour guide

Behind the Scenes of New Museum, Students Brings Art to Life

April 08, 2015

From exhibition designers to tour guides, Columbian College students are making their mark on the new George Washington University Museum and The Textile Museum, connecting world-renowned collections with the GW and D.C. community.

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