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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.

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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.

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In Partnership with Emerson Collective, GW Program Helps D.C. Middle Schoolers Advocate for Change

Service-oriented GW students help youth in the city become civically engaged through projects addressing issues in their communities.

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Distinguished D.C. Government Employees Recognized at Cafritz Awards Gala

In partnership with the Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation, GW’s Center for Excellence in Public Leadership recently...

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GW to Lead International Research on Maternal, Newborn Health

Milken Institute SPH Assistant Professor Emily Smith is the principal investigator on the $4.8 million project, funded by the...

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GW Leads Collaboration Aimed at Strengthening Undergraduate Research Experience

SEAS faculty will incorporate research opportunities into select courses during the next academic year.

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Wells Fargo Renews Commitment to D.C. Entrepreneur Development Network

Financial service leader gifted $200,000 to program as part of GW’s Office of Innovation and Entrepreneurship designed to help...

GW Initiative Supporting Equitable Access to Technology Expands

The Ethical Tech Initiative of DC received renewal funding from the Public Interest Technology University Network.