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Neil Roach and his colleagues’ findings, which are featured on the cover of the June 27 issue of the influential science journal Nature, concluded that during a throw the human shoulder stores and releases energy like a slingshot.
The Environmental Resource Policy (ENRP) Program at GW offers a multidisciplinary approach to environmental and sustainability studies. The Master of Arts program prepares students to enter environmental policy careers in government, non-profit organizations, the private sector, and environmental advocacy groups.
In honor of Constitution Day, GW students enrolled in the history course, Revolutionary America, took a field trip to the Mount Vernon Estate, Museum & Gardens to view George Washington's personal copy of the Acts of Congress.
An informative video about the Organizational Science department's Master's program opportunities.
Oscar and Shoshana Trachtenberg Faculty Prizes were awarded to Eric Cline, Chet Sherwood and Christopher Deering.
This series of video advertisements has been designed to highlight the exciting and innovative work of GW researchers here in the DC metro area. In this video, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Dr. Cynthia Dowd, spotlights her research in tuberculosis.
Dean Peg Barratt completed the Marine Corps Marathon on October 30, 2011. Running as part of the GW Cancer Institute's team, Barratt came in 17th of the nearly 100 in her age group. It was her first marathon.
A new eight-story, 400,000-square-foot anchor of learning and discovery is being built to better accommodate the biological and physical sciences, as well as the engineering and applied sciences. Slated to open in early 2015, Science and Engineering Hall promises to secure GW’s place as the premier scientific research university in the nation’s capital.
Chimpanzees, the closest living relatives to humans, do not experience a decrease in brain volume as they age like humans do, according to a study by George Washington University researcher Chet Sherwood and his colleagues.
Columbian College is a magnet for top scholars and a catalyst for the study and advancement of a wide spectrum of artistic, social, and scientific imperatives in the heart of the nation's capital. Established in 1821, the College is the oldest and largest of GW's academic units, encompassing more than 40 departments and programs and numerous research centers and institutes.
Columbian College graduating students—along with their family and friends—packed the Charles E. Smith Center to be recognized for their high academic achievement.
Discover the diverse culture of arts at GW and learn about the different programs and partnerships GW has in Washington, D.C.
A GW expedition to the Gobi Desert of China enabled researchers to solve the puzzle of how one group of dinosaurs came to look like birds independent of birds. GW researcher Jonah Choiniere published an article in Science describing the newly discovered dinosaur "Haplocheirus sollers," and its special features.
"Live from the White House: Shaping and Making the News," moderated by School of Media and Public Affairs Director Frank Sesno, featured four former White House Press Secretaries discussing their role of influencing the press' agenda while representing the President of the United States.
GW's Ronald B. Weintraub Professor of Biology James Clark talks about his most recent dinosaur find in China.
Assistant Professor of Economics and International Affairs Tara Sinclair discusses how to rethink, redesign, and rebuild the economy to prevent future crisis.
GW graduate student, Lindsey Pitman, describes a day-in-the-life of her Federal Work Study at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History in the Insect Zoo and Butterfly Pavilion.
Student dancers from the GW Department of Theatre & Dance performed in the Spring 2011 DanceWorks.