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The world is our lab: Faculty and students in the department work with partners throughout GW, across DC, and around the globe to conduct research that covers a wide array of sectors and topics. Meet our faculty and learn about our focus research areas.
Dr. Zoe Szajnfarber is the principal investigator on this interdisciplinary grant from the National Science Foundation. She will work with colleagues in the EMSE and Computer Science departments to develop a new model for graduate education.
The day after Ukraine’s president met with President Biden, the country’s agriculture minister came to GW to meet with Environmental and Energy Management Institute experts to explore working together to mitigate the impact of climate change on the country’s agricultural sector.
When the COVID-19 pandemic forced Professor Gralla to rethink how to introduce students in her Fundamentals of Systems Engineering course to the manufacturing supply chain’s inherent challenges, she turned to Minecraft, an online game known for building and exploring new worlds.
Onward GW: Return to Campus and the Classroom
SEAS is excited to welcome students, faculty and staff to campus this fall. Learn more about the steps GW and SEAS are taking to prepare for your arrival to campus, including updating our public health protocols and reviewing and updating our buildings and classrooms.
The Environmental and Energy Management Institute (EEMI) recently hosted Ukrainian Agriculture Minister Roman Leshchenko on campus to explore working together to mitigate the impact of climate change on Ukraine’s agricultural sector.