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CeraVe Helps Expand Dermatology Residency Training Program at the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences

Therapeutic Skincare Brand to Fund an Additional Dermatology Resident to Begin July 1, 2024, Reinforcing Commitment to Increasing Dermatological Access for All

Geneva Henry (left) and Lorena Barba (right)

The Sloan Foundation Awards GW a Grant to Encourage Open-Source Software

The funds will be used to create an Open Source Program Office.

Planet Forward Participants

Adobe’s Partnership with GW’s Planet Forward is helping Students Tell Stories of their Communities Impact on the Planet

For 15 years, Planet Forward has shared and celebrated environmental storytelling by college students around the globe. Founded as a project hosted at the George Washington University (GW) School...

Jose Andres at the Global Food Institute Launch Event

Rockefeller Foundation and other funders support the launch of the Global Food Institute

“We can—more important, we must—put food at the heart of creating a better world,” José Andrés told attendees.

Ling Hao

Chemistry Professor Receives $100,000 Scholar Award

Ling Hao received the award for her research proposal “Capturing Molecular Communications Using Mass Spectrometry and Enhancing Science Communication in Chemistry Education.”

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Mellon Funds Humanities Project Focused on Storytelling

The CCAS English Department will join a Mellon Foundation project to provide marginalized populations with the empowering capacities of storytelling.

In Memoriam: Calvin Cafritz

The longtime GW supporter had a unique relationship with the university and the city of Washington, D.C.

Royce Francis works with STEMcx to recruit summer interns who learn about technology.

GW Engineering Professor Wins Grant Uniting Young People, Environmental Justice and Technology

Students will monitor urban air quality in Baltimore and perhaps decide to study engineering as a result.

Sherry Molock

Partnering with Churches, Psychology Team Targets Suicides among Black Youth

With suicide rates skyrocketing among young African Americans, Psychology professor Sherry Molock is working with churches to address the crisis in communities.

Maranda Ward

SMHS Awarded Gilead Sciences Inc. Grants to Improve Cultural Responsiveness about HIV and COVID Screening

Professor Maranda Ward said the study aims to work toward health equity, attain health literacy.