The Rodham Institute, part of the George Washington University (GW) School of Medicine and Health Sciences, has been awarded a $713,000 grant from The Washington Home, a charitable foundation, to launch the Geriatric Career Builders Program (GCBP), the first-ever, multi-employer, registered…
On May 12, the Rodham Institute hosted an intimate fundraising event with former Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton. It was a special evening with the former Secretary and community leaders and supporters, celebrating strides toward achieving health equity in Washington, DC, and beyond.
The University of California, San Francisco, recently made a new accommodation available to students with disabilities: “release time” to attend medical appointments.
Travelers will have to continue to wear masks until at least April 18 when flying commercially and in other transportation settings, including on buses, ferries and subways, officials announced Thursday.
Mark Esper is the latest Trump administration official to attempt to cleanse his sins and fatten his pockets with a memoir about his time with the former president. The former defense secretary’s new book A Sacred Oath is due out May 10. The book promises revelations about the Trump White House…
During those terrifying early days of the pandemic, scientists offered one piece of reassuring news about the novel coronavirus: It mutated slowly. The earliest mutations did not appear to be consequential. A vaccine, if and when it was invented, might not need regular updating over time.
When I was younger, I took out more than $100,000 in student loans to pay for higher education. After graduation, I struggled to make monthly payments and had to take a year forbearance, digging myself deeper into debt.