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Chemistry PhD student Monica Flores at Science and Engineering Hall examining a new NASA telescope

Sky’s the Limit: Eco-Telescope Lands at GW

From the sidewalks of the Science and Engineering Hall to the reaches of the sun, J. Houston Miller’s new NASA telescope can measure greenhouse gases in earth’s atmosphere—and may transform climate science.

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A graduation cap with the text "next stop every where GW anthropology MA 2018" engraved on top

Chase Your Dreams!

Columbian College alumni from media, entertainment, politics and other industries, offer advice to the Class of 2019 for achieving professional and personal success.
Senior Mackenzie White showcased her study of Medieval meteorology at GW Research Days.

Medieval Astrologists as Weather Forecasters?

Senior Mackenzie White’s undergraduate thesis on Medieval meteorology unearthed ancient almanacs that revealed which way the wind blew.

 

Yahia Lababidi

Alumnus Poet Turns Reluctant Activist

Writer Yahia Lababidi, BA ’96, is loath to mix politics and poetry. But in his latest collection, he points his pen at anti-immigrant hostility.

Sarah Wagner

Chronicling Homecomings

Sarah Wagner’s research on recovering MIA soldiers has taken her from Vietnam battlefields to forensic science labs to families’ living rooms. 

Taiwan Dancers

Dancing from Taiwan to D.C

Seniors Marlee Grant and Hana Springer are using lessons learned at a dance festival in Taiwan to vault their professional goals.

 


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