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Thank you to students, faculty, and community partners who shared their experiences, disseminated their findings, and learned about other campus/community initiatives.   ...continue reading "Thank you for joining us for GW’s Fall 2019 Symposium!"

Join Nashman Affiliate Faculty members Howard Straker, EdD, MPH, PA Assistant Professor, GW SMHS Director, GW PA/MPH Program & Susan LeLacheur, DrPH, PA-C Professor, GW SMHS Department of Physician Assistant Studies, for Session 4 of the Health Equity Series.  ...continue reading "How to Talk about Race, Power, and Privilege in the Classroom"

Sandy Hoar, Assistant Clinical Professor of Physician Assistant Studies and Global Health, helped plan and facilitate a very successful international workshop, "Effective Partnership Practices for Social Change in Global Health!", for the Community-Based Primary Health Care working group of the International Health section of American Public Health Association, November 2, 2019. ...continue reading "Congratulations to our Nashman Affiliate, Professor Sandy Hoar"

GW Noyce Scholarship: Scholarships up to $20,000 per year are available for juniors and seniors admitted into the Noyce program, which supports STEM majors on their journey to become teachers in high-need schools after graduation. For more information or to apply visit https://noyce.columbian.gwu.edu/. Early Consideration deadline is December 1, 2019.  ...continue reading "GWTeach Scholarships"

Dr. Susan LeLacheur, Associate Professor of Physician Assistant Studies, recently published with other scholars, Minority Physician Assistant Faculty: A Phenomenological Assessment of Factors Leading to Retention in the Faculty Role. This article focuses on “improving racial and ethnic diversity in the physician assistant (PA) profession is important to providing better care for underserved communities” (LeLacheur et al. 79). To read Professor LeLacheur et al.'s article, please click here.   ...continue reading "Community Engaged Faculty, Dr. Susan LeLacheur"

An Interview with Dr. Lotrecchiano: “We need teams because we can’t solve problems alone. This brings diversity to the table to solve wicked problems.” 

Professor Lotrecchiano’s courses highlight the importance of diverse perspectives and revolutionize concepts of interdisciplinary collaboration. ...continue reading "Faculty Spotlight: Professor Lotrecchiano"

Award winning multimedia producer and Assistant Professor in the School of Media and Public Affairs, Dr. Imani Cheers recently published The Evolution of Black Women in Television: Mammies, Matriarchs, and Mistresses. To read the beginning of Dr. Cheers’ recent publication, please click here. To acquire the entire text, please click here to view its reserve options through Gelman Library. To view purchasing options, please click here. To learn more about Dr. Cheers, please click here to visit her website.  ...continue reading "Community Engaged Faculty, Dr. Imani Cheers"

Dr. Phyllis Ryder, Director of the University Writing Program, recently published Beyond Critique: Global Activism and the Case of Malala Yousafzai. The article focuses on Malala Yousafzai, neoimperialism, subaltern studies, global activism, and media critique. We are honored to have Dr. Ryder as chair of the Black Lives Matter Faculty Learning Community and as a Nashman Affiliate. Dr. Ryder inspires students on and off campus with her community engaged scholarship courses. 

To learn more about Dr. Ryder and her recent work, please click here to read her interview with Itohan Amu, a Community-Engaged Scholar.  

To learn more about how the Nashman Center supports community engaged faculty, click here.  If you would like more information on getting your Community Engaged Scholarship course designated, click here. 

"Waging Peace in Vietnam: An Exhibit, A Book, A Movement" will take place at the George Washington University from November 11th-15th, 2019. 

Day 1: Mon. November 11th, 2019 

...continue reading "Elliot School Hosts “Waging Peace in Vietman: An Exhibit, A Book, A Movement”"

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