Science & Engineering Hall

Science and Engineering Hall exterior rendering - Concept Only
Designed for Discovery

The George Washington University has the opportunity now to extend the frontiers of discovery in the center of the nation's capital with the new Science and Engineering Hall.

This hall will create a hub of science and engineering discovery at the center of the Washington, DC metropolitan area.  More than a building, this is a 21st century approach to learning and research, fostering knowledge creation to tackle the critical challenges facing our nation and our world. 

Philanthropy is essential to the creation of this transformative facility.  Investment by the GW community in the bricks and mortar; in science and engineering education and research; and in faculty support will ensure the advancement of these disciplines which are crucial to the evolution of science and technology.

To learn how you can be a part of making GW an international leader in science and engineering research, please contact David Rattner (CCAS) at (202) 994-7132 or rattner@gwu.edu or Alexander Dippold (SEAS) at (202) 994-4051 or dippold@gwu.edu.

Spotlight

Science and Engineering Hall Topping-Out

Administrators, trustees and members of the university community celebrated the major milestone in the building’s completion.

SEH Construction Cam

A new hub of technology and learning is being built in the nation's capital, watch it take shape.

High-Bay Research Facility

This 3 story tall lab will allow our engineers to test full-scale structural engineering, fluid dynamics, and earthquake resistant materials, among others.

Conversations: Collaboration

Faculty and leadership discuss collaboration across disciplines in the new 'research neighborhoods' of science and engineering hall.

Engineering Students to Leaders

Created through an $8 million gift from A. James Clark, the Clark Engineering Scholars program offers more than financial aid.