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Study: Healthcare Bias Blocks Access to HIV Drug

A new study led by Psychology’s Sarah Calabrese suggests healthcare provider bias against people who inject drugs may prevent patients from accessing preventative HIV medication.


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GW Celebrates Its Global Outlook during International Education Week

The university hosts more than 4,000 students, faculty and staff from 130 countries, while sending 1,000 students abroad per academic year.
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Tapping the Healing Power of Art for 50 Years

The CCAS Art Therapy Program, one of the oldest and most influential of its kind, is celebrating a milestone half-century anniversary.


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Forecasting Our Economic Future

In a video discussion, CCAS Dean Paul Wahlbeck spoke with Economics Professor Tara Sinclair about the pandemic's economic impact and her analysis on what's to come.

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Alumna Makes Chemistry Connections

Inspired by the faculty who mentored her at GW, Maggie Teliska, PhD ’04, forged a career in sustainable energy. Now she’s helping other chemistry students make their mark.



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Onward GW: Return to Campus

Learn more about the steps GW and Columbian College are taking to ensure the health and safety of our community, including protocols for vaccinations, masking and building and classroom access.


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Graduate Information Sessions

Attend an online information session to learn more about our programs, get your questions answered and meet Columbian College admissions staff and faculty.




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