Before the Military Community Center opened in 2016, a few things were not quite in order.
$9 million bequest provides scholarships and stipends to undergraduate researchers allowing them to continue their studies in biology year round.
As the first in her family who will graduate from college, Gaby Madrid, GWSPH ‘17, is forging a new path.
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.”
Claudia Ojeda has volunteered for Habitat for Humanity since high school because she believes “home is at the center of everything.”
ix years after Sally Nuamah graduated with a bachelor’s degree from the George Washington University, she now sits on its Board of Trustees.