A 20-year veteran of space explorations, scientist and multiple alumna Pamela Conrad launched her second Mars rover as part of the team that guided NASA’s Perseverance to the red planet in a search for signs of past life.
CCAS Anthropology researchers teamed with a Washington, D.C., artist to digitize a popular COVID-19 memorial. The public art installation erected thousands of white flags near the U.S. Capitol to commemorate individual lives lost during the pandemic.
Semret Seyoum (above left) and Miles Ahleah (right) are among five CCAS PhD students who will be inducted in the Edward Alexander Bouchet Graduate Honor Society, which honors diversity and excellence in doctoral education.
Renowned chef and activist José Andrés (top, speaking with Biology’s Tara Scully) shared environmental justice strategies during the Sustainability Summit, a virtual event that examined the GW’s sustainability goals and accomplishments.
Using fabrics from cloths to bedsheets, fine arts and art history student Julia Matsumoto created an embroidered book that captures how a comforting sense of touch was lost during the pandemic.
Christopher Cahill (Chemistry) is part of the Nuclear Science and Security Consortium that received a $25 million grant from the Department of Energy for research and development in nuclear science, engineering and security.
Douglas Boyce (Music) released his second solo album, a collection of chamber music titled The Hunt by Night. Selections from the album were featured on Spotify by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers.
Diane Cline (History) won the National Archives 2021 Citizen Archivist Award for her course National Archives in Digital History.