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A road in the Irkutsk region of Russia is built on thawing permafrost with logs used to stabilize frozen ground.

Arctic Researchers Partner with Indigenous Communities

Geography’s Vera Kuklina will lead a $3 million National Science Foundation exploration of how the changing climate is altering the lives of Arctic communities—and impacting the world.

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Samuel Goldman, associate professor of political science and director of the John L. Loeb, Jr. Institute for Religious Freedom

Learning to Live with Nationalism?

In his new book, Political Science’s Samuel Goldman argues America works best not when we deny our nationalistic divide—but when we accept it.
Energy scientist Maggie Teliska, PhD ’04, (left) with her faculty mentor Professor of Chemistry David Ramaker, (right) who passe

Alumna Makes Chemistry Connections

Inspired by her faculty mentors, Maggie Teliska, PhD ’04, forged a career in sustainable energy. Now she’s helping other chemistry students make their mark in STEM industries.

 

Claritza Jiménez

Alumna Pictures Digital Diversity

Video journalist Claritza Jiménez, BA ’05, often struggled to find diverse online images. Her newest venture is trying to solve that problem — in front of the camera and behind it.

 


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photo of Kogan Plaza filled with students and the text Onward GW

Onward GW: Return to Campus

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

 

CCAS Graduate Virtual Open House

October 18-28, 2021

Registration is open for the CCAS Graduate Virtual Open House! The online event includes program-specific info sessions and opportunities to engage with current students, faculty and our admissions team.

 

 

 


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