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Can being a Washington Capitals’ fan make you HAPPIER?

As the Washington Capitals’ winning record brings them closer to the Stanley Cup, Himmelfarb Library looks to the health sciences literature to assess if being a Washington Capitals’ fan can make you happier. In this article, researchers explored the relationship of emotional expression … Continue reading

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Outdoor films, waterfront workouts, folklife & more!

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Who is talking about your research?

PlumX metrics are now available in Himmelfarb Library‘s Research Commons, a repository of research output for GW’s Milken Institute School of Public Health, the School of Medicine and Health Sciences, and the School of Nursing. PlumX provides non-traditional  metrics  like Altmetric (social media … Continue reading

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New Resource: DNP Project Repository

A new Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Project Repository recently was developed by the School of Nursing in collaboration with Himmelfarb Library‘s Research Commons. The DNP Project Repository archives all doctoral projects completed within GW’s DNP program. It is used to advance nursing practice by preserving, archiving, and … Continue reading

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Wipe out your fines – give food for fines!

Have library fines?  Participate in our Food for Fines Drive! Until May 25th, for every non-perishable item you bring to the Circulation Desk, you can clear a dollar off your fines!  All items will be donated to The Store, a … Continue reading

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GW Research Days: The Videos!

Want to learn about projects from GW’s Research Days 2018?  Watch the videos! Each year, GW Research Days provides a showcase for research and scholarship occurring at The George Washington University.  Over two days, faculty and undergraduate, graduate, and postdoctoral students showcase their … Continue reading

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2018 Faculty Journal Survey – Respond Now!

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