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Alternative Models for Funding Research

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Alternative Models for Funding Research

Need NIH funding but haven't won the Nobel Prize
Think NIH and NSF are passing on some of the most cutting edge research by early-career scientists?

Find out what you can do to get your innovative and creative projects funded.

Thanksgiving Hours at Special Collections

Please note that the Special Collections Research Center will close at 5pm on Wednesday, November 26 and will not reopen until Monday, December 1. Have a happy Thanksgiving.

Writing & Publishing on HIV/AIDS Panel & Workshops

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Writing & Publishing on HIV/AIDSWriting & Publishing on HIV/AIDS Panel Discussion
Featuring Dr. Jose Merino, US Clinical Research Editor for the British Medical Journal, as well as researchers from GW's Milken Institute School of Public Health and the District of Columbia Developmental Center for AIDS Research (DC D-CFAR)

Thanksgiving Hours at the GW Libraries

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Thanksgiving TurkeyGelman Library will close for the holiday at 7pm on Wednesday, November 26 and will not reopen until noon on Saturday, November 29.  24-hour access is NOT available during this time.

Tuesday, November 25

Gelman Library open regular hours
Eckles Library closes at 11pm
VS&TCL open regular hours

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New Art Databases: AP Images and Material ConneXion

We have recently added two new art databases, AP Images and Material ConneXion:

AP Images: A photographic archive of high quality images from the Associated Press news wire covering 1820s to the present. Includes news, entertainment, and fashion photography; maps; timelines; graphics and logos; graphs; AP news stories; and audio clips.

Special Collections on "Metro Connection" from WAMU

Allen Lee HotelThe old Allen Lee Hotel in Foggy Bottom is getting a major facelift, and WAMU's Rebecca Sheir came by Gelman Special Collections to learn about the building's history with GW's o