Students 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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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.

Stories of Impact

Philanthropy Spotlight

Health Equity Fellows with community health workers in Rwanda

GW Health Workforce Institute Leaders for Health Equity Fellowship Joins Global Atlantic Fellows Program

GW Health Workforce Institute at Milken Institute School of Public Health has received an additional $18 million to expand its fellowship program.
Dr. Daniel Ein, Clinical Professor in the School of Medicine and Health Sciences and Director of GW’s Allergy and Sinus Center.

A Sense of Community

Giving back to the community has always been important to Dr. Daniel Ein, Clinical Professor in the School of Medicine and Health Sciences and Director of GW’s Allergy, Asthma & Sinus Center.
Led by Director Lance B. Price, ARAC focuses on identifying innovative solutions to antibiotic resistance.

Battling Superbugs

Imagine a nasty infection that doesn’t respond to antibiotics. This isn’t the imaginings of a dystopian fiction writer—antibiotic resistance is a real and present danger, and GW’s Antibiotic Resistance Action Center (ARAC) is on the front lines, fighting one of the greatest public health threats of our time.