ix years after Sally Nuamah graduated with a bachelor’s degree from the George Washington University, she now sits on its Board of Trustees.
Jordan Williams chose GW because the school gave him the platform to be his whole self, a “science nerd by day, aspiring jazz musician by night.”
Upon graduating from medical school, young physicians frequently begin their careers burdened by significant debt.
“GW is a great university with a heart,” says Honey W. Nashman, associate professor emerita of sociology and human services. And she should know.
Meet Abril, Victoria, Guillermo, and Isaac. They are the first GW students to benefit from the Cisneros scholarships and the Cisneros Hispanic Leadership Institute.
The George Washington University has always attracted young minds with a passion for politics.
Wendy Aluoch, a third-year law student at GW, has a seemingly simple goal: to make a difference.