Plus, A Bicentennial Bash, Bridging the American Divide and More
Frozen Commons: The Shifting Arctic Landscape
is leading a $3 million NSF-funded exploration of how the changing climate is altering the lives of Arctic indigenous communities.
Alumna Making Chemistry Connections
Inspired by her faculty mentors,
, PhD ’04, forged a career in sustainable energy. Now she’s helping other chemistry students make their mark in STEM industries.
Monumental Alumni Celebrated at Bicentennial Bash
Undersecretary of Defense
, BA ’94, and CNN correspondent
, BA ’93, were among the CCAS
celebrated during GW’s Centuries Celebration Weekend.
Why Do Monuments Matter?
Why do we build statues to honor some historical people and events but not others?
, the William Wilson Corcoran Visiting Professor, studies how monuments reflect our past and present.
Can Americans Bridge Their National Divide
In his new book
, Political Science’s
argues America works best not when we deny our nationalistic divide—but when we accept it.
COVID-19 Deaths Captured in Visual Installation
—with a team of student researchers—led the effort to geolocate flags planted on the National Mall as part of the “In America: Remember” installation.
Elizabeth Warren to Graduates: ‘Get in the Fight’
In an impassioned call for civic engagement at the Commencement ceremony on the National Mall, the Massachusetts senator encouraged the Classes of 2020 and 2021 to affect transformative change.
Experts Explore Fair Housing
In an event marking the retirement of Sociology’s
, a panel of experts discussed the impact of racial discrimination in housing and steps to combat it within America’s cities.
We note with regret
the passing of Albert H. Small
, a philanthropist and real estate developer who supported the university’s commitment to the arts, history and research.
, MPA ’94, PhD ’99, (TSPPPA) will be the
of Guilford College, effective January 1, 2020.
(SMPA) received a $749,222 grant from the National Science Foundation to study building trust in communication systems by addressing misinformation-driven online abuse and harassment.
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, BA ’04, MA ’08, (History) authored the book
Gendered Citizenship: The Original Conflict over the Equal Rights Department
(Religion) published the book
Judaism and Violence: A Historical Analysis with Insights from Social Psychology
Thomas A. Guglielmo
(American Studies) published the book
Divisions: A New History of Racism and Resistance in America's World War II Military
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