Dr. Griffin with his wife and baby.

COVID-19 Response Fund Helps Resident Find Relief
"With the impact of COVID-19 unknown and constantly changing, I was very fearful of exposing anyone in my family, especially my four-month-old child. It was a huge relief to know that I could stay in alternate housing to minimize my contact with my family "

-William Fenner Griffin, MD

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Making a Difference

Jon LeClair, SON '20

A Dream Realized

“I feel like someone has given me a chance to succeed, and I am inspired to prove my worth and to give something back. Having the opportunity to study health care at the GW School of Nursing, during a time when the future of health care policy is being hotly debated, has made me realize the importance of intersecting policy with practice, and public and social advocacy with professionalism." -Jon LeClair, SON ’18, recipient of the Caroline Fredricka Holdship Trust

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STudents work with the Telepresence system

Connecting the World

Students who step into Room 201 in the Gelman Library can experience the TelePresence, a sophisticated communications system that takes teleconferencing to a whole different level.

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Christopher and Lori Worrell

Making it Better

For Christopher and Lori Worrell of Gwynedd, Pa., the college search started with 12 schools. And with every visit with their son, Christopher and Lori realized the same thing.
“Eventually, there was no other option [but GW],” said Lori. “It felt right.” 

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Philanthropy Spotlight

Showing Students in Need that GW Cares

Hundreds of GW students are struggling to meet basic expenses, including food, housing, and transportation, or the technology to continue their studies. But generous donors have stepped in and the GW Cares Student Assistance Fund has made an immediate difference in numerous students' lives. Three GW students want you to know that a small amount of financial support from the GW Cares Student Assistance Fund has thrown them a lifeline and the comfort of knowing someone cares.
Duke Ellington School of the Arts senior Bailey Moore learns she is the recipient of a scholarship covering all costs for four y

GW Presents Outstanding D.C. High School Students with Full Ride Scholarships

Blyss Swan and Jazmin Angel-Guzman were having an ordinary morning at Benjamin Banneker High School, where both are seniors, when an unusual guest interrupted their routine: George Washington.
Steven V. Roberts (r) helps student volunteers to load canned food supplies into the Store's vans during a resupply run.

New Endowment to Support Student-Run Food Pantry

By Briahnna Brown

For as long as he can remember, hunger and nutrition programs have been at the top of Steven V. Roberts’ list for philanthropic endeavors.