GW Arts & Sciences Fall Publication
Look inside Columbian College labs and classrooms and you’ll find an internationally recognized faculty at the forefront in advancing policy, enhancing culture and transforming lives through research. As leaders in their fields, our faculty experts foster innovative, interdisciplinary cooperation and guide students in their development as scientists and scholars. Science and Engineering Hall
Latest Faculty Research
A study co-authored by Biology’s James Clark found a new species of toothless adult dinosaurs that lost their baby teeth as they aged and never replaced them.
Local weather can determine whether Americans’ believe in climate change, according to Geography’s Michael Mann. People in regions with record lows are less likely to say the earth is warming.
From research on herbicide poisoning to shell conservation efforts for repopulating marine life, Columbian College students are on a mission to revive an ecosystem of oysters in the Chesapeake Bay.