Students Making a Difference

Tyler McManus, CCAS ’18, president of the GW Veterans student organization.

Improving the Military Community Center

“I want this to be a place of higher learning, intellectual conversation, and a home away from home with our members knowing they are always welcome. Our members come from all walks of life. This center is designed to make them successful in the classroom and in life.”

-Tyler McManus, CCAS '18, GW Veterans Student Org

Crowdfunding effort raises money for Veterans Center
Gayatri Malhotra, Milken SPH ’18 (in flower print) with students at a government school in Punjab.

GW and Girl Rising

“The Girl Rising internship allowed me to gain the hands-on experience I need to pursue my interests in working in India on gender-based violence, inequalities, and diseases. This experience has not only changed my life, but it has also clarified how to translate my passion for girls and women into pragmatic action.” 

-Gayatri Malhotra, Milken SPH ’18

Partnership promotes girls' education and empowerment through storytelling.

Philanthropy Spotlight

students at SEH

Research Scholarships to Support Women in Engineering

Eight undergraduate women studying in the School of Engineering and Applied Science will conduct research under faculty mentors as part of a progra


SPH Project Aims to Improve Health Outcomes for Infants in Nepal

The Milken Institute School of Public Health recently received a $4.9 million grant for a four-year project that aims to reduce the risk of sma

Tyler McManus, CCAS '18 at Veterans Memorial Park

Crowdfunding effort improves the Military Community Center

Before the Military Community Center opened in 2016, a few things were not quite in order.

Abbie Gillen, SEAS '17

Abbie Gillen, SEAS '17

Clark Scholarship Recipient

"I didn't know how awesome the Clark Scholars Program was going to be when I first joined, but I'm grateful for it... it was a launch pad for my job and whatever will happen in the future.  The experience was an invaluable part of being at GW."

Read more about the Clark Scholars