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President Washington’s legacy as an advocate for religious freedom continues with launch of new institute at GW.
GW senior Jumana Kekhia sits down with top student affairs administrator and GW alum Peter Konwerski to discuss the impact philanthropy has on the student experience.
They are on our bed sheets and lunchboxes, in our toy chests and movie theaters. They capture our imaginations, delighting and terrifying us, and for GW’s James M. Clark, the Ronald B. Weintraub Professor of Biology Systematics, dinosaurs provide a glimpse into the evolutionary journey that life has made over millions of years.
It’s no secret that financial support helps GW’s 450 student-athletes become champions in the classroom, in the community, and in competition. Here’s how we do it.
Senior Yessenia Gonzalez, ESIA ’16, plans to pay her scholarship forward—on a global scale.