Students Making a Difference

Graduating seniors celebrated their time at George Washington University during the annual senior class toast. (Logan Werlinger)

Class of 2018 Continues Legacy of Giving

Seniors celebrated their philanthropy to George Washington University, which will be honored with the creation of a new student community space on campus, thanks in part to a challenge from President LeBlanc.

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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

Edward C. Green, B.A. ’67, dedicated his career to improving health outcomes in under-served populations. (Photo: Edward Green)

Edward C. Green Fellows Will Contribute to Social and Political Change

Edward C. Green, B.A. ’67, has dedicated his career to improving health outcomes in under-served populations around the world. Through the endowed Edward C. Green Postdoctoral Fellowship Fund, he will continue to empower the next generation of anthropology professionals to make the world a better place.
Greenhouse manager Rachel Klein with students from Washington Middle School for Girls

Open-Air Study

The philanthropy-funded Wilbur V. Harlan Greenhouse is an oasis of green, where plants, flowers, grasses, and other vegetation thrive.

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."

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