Students at GW work on a new technology that has applications to refrigeration systems and power plants and could lead to fewer greenhouse gas emissions.
Professor of Mathematics Joseph Bonin received the University’s 2009 Oscar and Shoshana Trachtenberg Prize in Teaching.
Several faculty members are looking at cultural performance in the use of language, which has led to research on U.S. electoral politics, violence and the role of the news media in daily life.
Financial support includes the Sejong Scholarship for Korean Language Studies. It provides a partial tuition scholarship to a student enrolled in a Korean language class at GW.
The Judaic Studies Program's blog: From Under The Fig Tree, is a cultural clearinghouse of what's new and noteworthy within the broader Jewish republic of arts and letters.