A panel of top business leaders, including fashion designer Rachel Zoe, BA ’93, (bottom left) and Peloton founder Tom Cortese, BA ’02, (top right), discussed how GW helped shape their career paths and offered advice for aspiring entrepreneurs.
A study led by Physics’ Neil Johnson revealed that online support for the right-wing Boogaloos followed the same mathematical pattern (above) as ISIS, suggesting strategies to limit extremists’ growth.
In collaboration with the Smithsonian Natural History Museum, Biology PhD student Jonathan Huie discovered that Central and South American anoles are strikingly similar to tropical lizards in the Caribbean.
We note with regret the passing of Professor Emeritus Robert Rycroft, who taught political science, science and technology and international affairs at GW for 25 years.
Congratulations to Lisa Bowleg (Psychology), recipient of GW’s Oscar and Shoshana Trachtenberg Prize for Scholarship (Research); Shira Robinson (History), recipient of the Oscar and Shoshana Trachtenberg Prize for Teaching Excellence; and Carol Sigelman (Psychology), recipient of the Oscar and Shoshana Trachtenberg Prize for Service. Read the full listof award winners.