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Benefactors and scholarship students connect face-to-face at annual scholarship dinner.
Lauren and Pat Corrigan know how important career development can be to GW students and how parents can help.
When you think of the George Washington University, ice hockey probably isn’t the first thing that comes to mind. Unless you’re GW parent Tony DiLuca.
International businessman and philanthropic leader Carlos Slim will fund full tuition scholarships for George Washington University graduate students studying engineering, business and internationa
Mentorship program connects students with alumni and parents at the nation's leading investment banking and real estate firms.
GW seniors reached more than 50.29 percent participation with this year’s senior class gift, breaking last year’s record of 43 percent.
More than 150 George Washington University students had the opportunity to personally thank the donors that helped make their education possible.
A failed bridge turned into a passion for engineering, helping Shirley Penaloza become the first recipient of the Harpster-Barbee Scholarship.
Trustee Nelson Carbonell and wife will make a donation to George Washington if half the senior class contributes to its annual gift campaign.
Honorary degree recipient and former trustee donates $8 million to create scholarship program.
Thanks to GW and the Yellow Ribbon Program, U.S. Army veteran Ryan Bos is studying at the Elliott School.
Before joining the military, Rebecca worked as a gymnastics coach and horseback riding instructor in Tulsa, Oklahoma. When 9/11 occurred, however, she realized she wanted to do something more.
Previously an airman first class in systems administration, Andreae Pohlman is working toward a BS/MS degree in Information Systems with help of student aid.
Although Lisa Friedman never attended The George Washington University, GW will always have a special place in her heart. Her late husband, Andrew "Andy" Friedman, BA '79, studied political science at GW and shared with his family his passion for the institution whenever possible.