Through a National Science Foundation-funded collaboration, Biology’s Carly Jordan is bringing into the classroom digitized natural history collections of exotic specimens from white cabbage butterflies to red swamp crayfish.
GW will launch its Bicentennial celebrations with a virtual opening ceremony on February 9, coinciding with the 200th anniversary of the congressional act that established Columbian College, GW's first school.
Psychology’s Michelle Stock received a GW COVID-19 Research Fund award to explore how the mental and physical health of Black young adults in Washington, D.C., is impacted by coronavirus-related stressors.
It is with deep sadness that we note the recent passing of the following members of the CCAS community:
Professor of Forensic Science Moses S. Schanfield, a noted expert in DNA testing and the genetics of the immune response and disease susceptibility
Double alumnus Bob Coleman, BA '81, MFA '85, a former instructor in graphic design, illustration and computer graphics
Triple alumnus James C. King, BA '49, MA '50, PhD '54, professor emeritus of German and former chair of the Germanic Languages and Literature Department
Double alumnus Thaddeus Lindner, AA ’50, BA ’51, trustee emeritus, philanthropist and volunteer leader