As she sets a course for the future, President Ellen M. Granberg wants the GW community to know that she views herself as an advocate and a partner.
Innovators, artisans, activists—GW’s alumni are indeed multi-faceted. Lucky for us, many of them channel their expertise into products we can eat, drink, create with and use as decoration.
GW researchers are on the forefront of a revolution in computer hardware innovation—designing and fabricating computer chips that take inspiration from the human brain.
Alumna and POPSUGAR founder Lisa Sugar pivots to funding—to power the future of commerce.
Our alumni are protecting the planet, fostering diversity and turning a new lens on disability.
Here are some of their stories.
Ed Reynolds, M.S. ’13, is saving earth one asteroid at a time.
Chinemelu Okafor, M.A. ’18, created the Research in Color Foundation to aid aspiring economists of color.
Award-winning filmmaker Reid Davenport, B.A.’12, creates his films with an eye toward "removing systemic barriers in society."
Ryan Patterson, B.A, ’22, M.S. ’23, is a star aviation photographer. His unique top-down views of planes have taken off around the world.
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Ellen M. Granberg’s inaugural address outlined her vision for GW to create change for the betterment of itself and society.
The university invited its people both past and present to campus for a weekend of fun, reconnection and inspiration.
Maxwell Gocala-Nguyen, M.A. ’16, was initially drawn to George Washington University due to its welcoming and diverse atmosphere.
To commemorate the historic occasion of inaugurating GW’s 19th President Ellen M. Granberg, five GW alumni were recently honored with the MonumentalAlumni Award.