Washington Monthly ranked GW one of America’s best colleges for voting. The rankings were decided based on a variety of metrics-one of places that GW scored well was that the institution encourages students to vote. You can see the full article (as well as the other civically active and not-so active universities here: https://washingtonmonthly.com/magazine/september-october-2018/americas-best-colleges-for-student-voting/)
PUBH 6299. 13 The Autism Experience: A Public Health Perspective
2 credit hours Friday, 10:10am - noon
Open to graduate and upper level undergraduate students
Instructor, Sean D. Cleary, PhD, MPH, Associate Professor of Epidemiology firstname.lastname@example.org
A public health perspective of the autism experience is explored through service learning and community participatory research methods engaging autistic young adults, their parents, researchers, clinicians and other service providers. The course covers the science, viewpoints, and experience of autism with a focus on young adults transitioning to adulthood. Collaboratively with community advocates, students will explore research relevant to the autistic community.Read More
The Julian Clement Chase Prize, which has been awarded by GW’s Writing Department since 2016, was featured in a recent article in the Washington Post. One of the winners named, Xavier Adomatis, is a Civic House student and was recognized for his paper, “Re-Segregate D.C. Schools: An analysis of gentrification’s peculiar consequences on Francis-Stevens.” For more information about Julian Clement Chase and the prize, check out the full article here.
The Eastern Region Campus Compact (ERCC) is holding its conference this year March 25-27, 2019, in Providence, Rhode Island. The call for proposals for panel presentations and facilitated workshops requests submissions by Nov 1st.Read More
GWU School of Nursing researchers, along with others, presented their poster, Developing a Student/Family-Centered School Health Collaborative, at the American Academy of Nursing. Check out the poster they presented above!
This week we’re highlighting some take aways from the Imagining America Blog Salon. This selection on Public Scholarship and Resistance, written by a doctoral student as part of the PAGE program is a great tool for discussion in graduate level classes or among colleagues this week.
For more information on how your graduate students can be involved in the PAGE program check out this link https://imaginingamerica.org/student-engagement/apply-for-page/