News

Autism-ace

Autism Research Targets Transition to Young Adulthood

October 30, 2017

The NIH recently awarded more than $11.7 million to a GW-based research project on autism spectrum disorder diagnosis disparities.

President LeBlanc

GW Community Meets President Thomas LeBlanc at Proud to be GW Festival

August 28, 2017

This year's Proud to Be GW Festival had a special twist as it was the first opportunity for most staff and faculty to meet GW's new president Thomas LeBlanc, who began his service to the University on August 1, 2017. The Festival, held annually at the Foggy Bottom Campus and the Virginia Science and Technology Campus, celebrates the contributions employees make as being part of the GW family.

handshake logo

Get Career Help with a “Handshake"

August 21, 2017

Current students and alumni now have access to Handshake, a powerful and dynamic new online career management and recruitment platform launched this summer. Handshake offers many exciting features, including a more personalized & powerful job search experience, relevant career resources, events & news, and a seamless recruiting and branding experience for employers.

Dr. Janice J. Hoffman

GW Nursing welcomes Dr. Janice J. Hoffman as Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs

July 05, 2017

GW Nursing Dean Pamela Jeffries is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Janice J. Hoffman as professor and Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs for the School of Nursing.

Larr Kelly 4 elements

Elements: Water, Fire, Air & Earth

June 24, 2017

This exhibit by Larr Kelly is open to the public at George Washington University's Virginia Science & Technology Campus in Ashburn through September 15, 2017.

local students explore health science careers

VSTC Hosts Health Sciences Career Exploration Workshops

June 20, 2017

Local high school students are empowered to make more informed career choices after attending VSTC’s hands-on workshop, a “Day in the Health Sciences.” The career exploration program included hands-on workshops on occupational therapy, medical laboratory sciences, pre-medicine, and emergency medical services management.

Congressional Art show winner with Comstock

Local High School Students Shine at Congressional Art Show

June 19, 2017

Rep. Barbara Comstock's 10th Congressional District art competition, hosted this spring at GW’s Virginia Science and Technology Campus, drew 138 entries. Judges awarded 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and honorable mention ribbons in each of the seven categories. The "Best of Show" piece will hang in the U.S. Capitol, along with winners from other Congressional Districts.

Dr. Pelphrey

The Autism Sex Bias

April 15, 2017

Boys are diagnosed with autism at more than four times the rate of girls. Scientists are trying to figure out why, but this much is becoming clear: All that we think we know about autism is only half the story.

UAS in flight at VSTC

GW Researchers Conduct Flight Test of Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) at VSTC

April 06, 2017

On a windy spring morning there was excitement in the air as a group of six GW faculty and students gathered at GW's Virginia Science & Technology Campus (VSTC) to conduct a flight test of a "drone," technically called an unmanned aerial system (UAS), under development for use by the U.S. Navy. The trial flight at VSTC is part of a multi-year development process to test the prototype's ability to fly and collect accurate data about when and under what conditions it is safe to land helicopters on Naval ships.

Teresa Duke painting

What Do Rust Prints and Steinway Pianos Have in Common?

February 10, 2017

Two talented GW alumni artists, Brian Kirk and Teresa Duke, are currently exhibiting on Campus through April 12, with a reception to meet the artists on March 31. While their subject matters, mediums and artistic inspirations are unique, they share a connection to GW.