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Danmeng Shuai

SEAS Research Furthers Development of Materials Able to Capture, Eliminate COVID-19 Virus Aerosols and Droplets

A team of researchers from the George Washington University School of Engineering and Applied Science has spent the past two years developing electrospun nanofiber fabrics for masks and air filters designed to sift out and neutralize the COVID-19 virus, generating significant research findings that could slow transmission as the pandemic wears on.

Provost Bracey

Christopher Alan Bracey Named Provost

Christopher Alan Bracey, who has served as interim provost and executive vice president for academic affairs since June 2021, has been named the permanent provost of the George Washington University, President Mark S. Wrighton announced Friday.

GW Public Health Lab, covid testing

From Nasal Swab to Results: COVID-19 Testing Explained

A step-by-step guide to what’s happening behind the scenes at the GW Public Health Lab.

Mark Wrighton

Message from President Wrighton

Mark S. Wrighton, Ph.D., was elected President of the George Washington University January 1, 2022. "My strong view is that by working together we can accelerate the progress of GW as one of the world’s great research universities," President Wrighton writes in first message to university community.

Pamela Norris

Diverse Perspectives Critical to Meeting Tomorrow’s Engineering Challenge

Today’s students will find themselves one day working in jobs that have yet to be thought up, using technologies that have yet to be invented to solve problems that have yet to be realized, said George Washington University's new Vice Provost for Research Pamela Norris at the School of Engineering and Applied Science’s annual Biomedical Engineering Day on Monday.

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