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Every gift, every year helps GW students reach their potential in the classroom, and in life.  The stories below reflect the impact of philanthropy on our GW community.

Sustainability & the Environment

Aaron Banas (right) leads a nature retreat for D.C.-area veterans.

Supporting Veterans and the Environment

July 06, 2018
Aaron Banas, MP ’17, came to GW’s Professional Psychology Program because of its “unique approach to treat the whole person.”
WalkUp in NYC

GW to NYC: WalkUP Wake-Up!

July 05, 2018
Walkable neighborhoods—where daily needs can be met by walking, public transit, or biking—have become a crucial feature when it comes to real estate.
Greenhouse manager Rachel Klein with students from Washington Middle School for Girls

Open-Air Study

April 24, 2018
The philanthropy-funded Wilbur V. Harlan Greenhouse is an oasis of green, where plants, flowers, grasses, and other vegetation thrive.
Tara Scully, Director of the Harlan program

Harlan Trust Leaves Legacy for Research and Discovery

July 07, 2017

$9 million bequest provides scholarships and stipends to undergraduate researchers allowing them to continue their studies in biology year round.

Taking GW to the top: Jerry Tinianow, BA ’77, JD ’80, wears his GW pride at the summit of Mt. Evans with his wife, Sharon.

Testimonial: Jerry Tinianow, BA '77, JD '80

August 01, 2014

“GW is for the self-directed student; the student who knows what he or she wants and is willing to take responsibility for getting it,” says Jerry Tinianow, BA ’77, JD ’80.

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