Researchers, practitioners, faculty and students study what, why and how we eat

Building GW's 'Food Revolution'

Researchers, practitioners, faculty and students study what, why and how we eat

A recent GW symposium identified scientific findings and research questions to inform the development of new dietary guidelines. 

Office Hours

Spring 2019

Office hours can be found here.

Capitol Archaeological Institute

Since 2010, the GW Capitol Archaeological Institute has worked to “preserve, facilitate, and promote cultural heritage” around the world. Headed by Eric Cline of the Department of Classical and Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations, the Institute draws on the expertise of archaeologists from GW and elsewhere.  Among other projects, it works with the International Coalition to Protect Egyptian Antiquities.