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GW Launches New Ph.D. in Translational Health Sciences

November 13, 2015

The GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences (SMHS) has launched a new Ph.D. program in Translational Health Sciences. The program is designed to prepare health care professionals and leaders to create, translate, disseminate, and integrate knowledge across disciplines.

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School of Nursing Cuts the Ribbon on New Simulation Lab

October 28, 2015

Members of the School of Nursing community—including Dean Pamela Jeffries, administrative leaders, faculty and students—cut the ribbon Oct. 27 on a new skills and simulation laboratory.

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GW and Telos to Create Center for Data Analytics

October 19, 2015

The George Washington University and Telos Corporation have signed a five-year agreement to support research and development in big data and data analytics in Northern Virginia.

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Researchers Publish First Draft of the ‘Tree of Life’

September 23, 2015

The final tree will map relationships among more than 2 million species of animals, plants, fungi and microbes.

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University to Host Institute for Information Infrastructure Protection

September 23, 2015

GW will become host of the Institute for Infrastructure Protection (I3P), a national consortium of leading institutions addressing the cybersecurity challenges that affect critical infrastructures.

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Dean Pamela Jeffries Poised to take School of Nursing to the ‘Next Level’

September 21, 2015

As the school celebrates five years, Dr. Jeffries unveils plans to expand digital programs, increase research and focus on patient-centered care.

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New Cybersecurity Bachelor’s Completion Program Meets Industry Needs

September 14, 2015

Leaders around the globe are becoming increasingly concerned with cyber security issues. These trends are stimulating an increased demand for skilled cybersecurity professionals. To keep pace with this trend, GW's College of Professional Studies is offering a new bachelor's degree completion and second bachelor's degree program in cybersecurity.

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Goose Creek, The Four Seasons by H.K. Anne

September 10, 2015

My exhibit covers my interpretation of Goose Creek in the four seasons over the span of 2012 through 2015.


Researchers Link Bacteria in the Throat to Schizophrenia

August 25, 2015

Researchers at George Washington University’s Computational Biology Institute (CBI) have identified a potential link between microbes (viruses, bacteria and fungi) in the throat and schizophrenia. The discovery may offer a way to identify causes of the disorder and could lead to new treatments as well as diagnostic tests.

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School of Nursing Dean Participates in State of Healthcare in the Commonwealth Panel

July 31, 2015

GW School of Nursing Dean Pamela Jeffries participated in a panel on the annual State of Healthcare in the Commonwealth. The event, hosted by the Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce, focused on the evolving world of healthcare. The School of Nursing's white paper "Health Care Transformation: Opportunities for a Healthier Virginia," was distributed at the event and is now available for download.

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GW Professor Appointed to Commonwealth's Virginia Nuclear Energy Consortium Authority

July 17, 2015

Governor McAuliffe announced the appointment of Dr. William Briscoe to serve on the Virginia Nuclear Energy Consortium Authority. Dr. Briscoe became the first GW faculty member to serve on one of the Governor's commissions.

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New Center for Biomolecular Sciences at VSTC

July 14, 2015

GW is on the brink of new discoveries with the launch of GW’s Center for Biomolecular Sciences (CBMS).

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Loudoun Companies Critical to Success of Teachers in Industry Project

July 13, 2015

For teachers, the question of how to best prepare students for future employment can be omnipresent. Employers face similar questions about how to hone the skills and capture the imaginations of future engineers, writers, artists and researchers. The George Washington University’s Teachers in Industry Project (GW TIP), now in its seventh year, is helping bring those parallel agendas together.

art by Sherry Zvares Sanabria

Virginia Campus Exhibition Honors Loudoun County Painter Sherry Zvares Sanabria

July 13, 2015

Painter Sherry Zvares Sanabria, B.A. '59, had a knack for finding spaces that held profound meaning. She traveled throughout the world, to asylums, immigration centers and prisons. Then she'd paint images from those locations in warm, velvet-like colors that marked her signature.

Wearable ECG ring

GW Faculty Member Receives Gov. McAuliffe's Research Commercialization Award

July 12, 2015

Zhenyu Li dreams of a day when sudden cardiac events, such as heart attacks, will be more quickly detected using a wearable finger ring with an electrocardiograph (ECG) sensor. Li, an assistant professor in GW’s School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS), Dept. of Biomedical Engineering, has recently been awarded a Commonwealth Research Commercialization Fund (CRCF) grant.

Loudoun County Board of Supervisors Commends GW Virginia Science and Technology Campus for Contributions in Education and Economy

May 03, 2011

“Now, therefore, be it resolved that the Loudoun Country Board of Supervisors hereby commends The George Washington University’s Virginia Science and Technology Campus on its 20th anniversary; and expresses its gratitude to the University for its contribution to the economy of Loudoun County and for educating its citizens to fill jobs of the twenty-first century.”