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Undergraduate Research Fellow Informs Theory Behind Stuttering

More than 68 million people worldwide are affected by stuttering—a communication disorder in which speech is interrupted by abnormal pauses in syllables, broken repetitions, and prolongations of...

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GW Launches Summer Arts Initiative

The George Washington University is placing renewed focus on the arts through a host of courses, special institutes, exhibitions, and events that take advantage of the university’s collaborative...

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Polling Dr. Sides: State of the 2012 Presidential Election

As the public wades through the Republican presidential primaries and non-stop news coverage of the nomination contest continues, we asked Associate Professor of Political Science John...

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Museum Studies Moves Downtown

The Museum Studies Graduate Program kicked off 2012 with a move into the heart of Washington, D.C.’s museum district. Now located at 13th and G Streets, NW, the new space provides much...

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Understanding Criminal Minds: New Graduate Program in Forensic Psychology

Agencies involved in homeland security, law enforcement and the criminal justice system are increasingly relying on professionals skilled in forensic psychology to help solve crimes and prevent...

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Summer Abroad: A Global Learning Experience

Ready to open your mind to new cultures and learning environments? Here’s your chance to immerse yourself in the  indigenous communities of the Amazon region; explore the ethnic frontiers of ...

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The Habits of Honey Bees

Have you ever hosted a backyard cookout and wondered why all the bees in the neighborhood suddenly found your fruit salad? Ever pondered how a hive produces that delicious honey you add to your...

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GW Collaborates with Smithsonian to Launch Five Joint Research Initiatives

Which poultry farms are sending harmful bacteria into the Chesapeake Bay? How are cell phones changing linguistics? George Washington University and Smithsonian researchers hope to answer these...

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Creativity, Passion, Healing: Meet Art Therapy Director Heidi Bardot

Heidi Bardot’s passion for art and its healing ability has taken her around the world as director of Columbian College’s Art Therapy Graduate Program. Having been born and lived...

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Examining Impact of Maternal Stress in Wild Chimps

A long history of research has established the critical importance of a healthy mother-offspring relationship in humans and other mammals in determining offspring survival and...