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Malicious Content Exploits Path Ways between Online Platforms

A new study led by GW researchers demonstrates how harmful content spreads through the online “hate multiverse” across popular platforms.

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GW Physics Professor Awarded Shaw Prize in Astronomy

Chryssa Kouveliotou received international recognition for her contributions to the understanding of magnetars, a class of highly magnetized neutron stars.

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NASA Missions Unmask Magnetar Eruptions in Nearby Galaxies

A team of GW magnetar experts was part of the international collaboration that analyzed data from space- and ground-based observatories.


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Department Colloquium

Physics department colloquium takes place in Corcoran 101 (725 21st NW, Washington DC 20052), usually on Thursdays 4-5pm. Refreshments are provided on the fourth floor from 3:45 p.m.

COVID Update: All department colloquia will be held remotely until further notice.

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Frances E. Walker Lecture Series

The Frances E. Walker Lecture Series brings prominent women physicists and astrophysicists to campus to highlight their accomplishments and connect mentors with students. The series is supported by the Frances E. Walker Fund for Women in Physics.

Past Frances Walker Lectures


Barry Berman Memorial Lecture Series

The goal of the Barry Berman Memorial Lecture Series is to inspire young people to study medical physics by inviting nationally and internationally prominent scientists to speak on the application of physics principles to medicine. The series was founded in 2011 through a generous gift from one of Berman’s close collaborators and colleagues, Cedric Yu, a faculty member at the University of Maryland School of Medicine Department of Radiation Oncology.

Professors Berman and Yu formerly worked together under a National Institutes of Health-funded project on radiation cancer therapy.

Past Berman Lectures