"There’s something to be said about the people you meet at GW, as well as the city you get to live in. You’re surrounded by people from all different walks of life, who have very inspiring backgrounds and who have interesting goals for where they want to take their life."
The Engaged Liberal Arts in Action
Sophomore Colloquia: Small Setting, Big Impact
Sophomore Taylor Stonebarger discusses her experience in Professor Jamie Cohen-Cole's course, The Nature and Culture of Children, and how it connects to her future plans.
Brittany Lewis: Historian and Pageant Winner
History PhD student Brittany Lewis competed for the Miss Black America title to raise awareness for racial justice and further her doctoral research.
Luis Suter: Arctic Explorer and Researcher
Geography master's student Luis Suter spent his summer performing research with the GW International Arctic Field Course on Permafrost & Northern Studies.
A new series of "Engaged Liberal Arts" courses offer Columbian College students the opportunity to pursue their academic interests while honing their professional development skills, preparing them for success in the classroom and the workplace.
At an international dance festival in Taiwan, seniors Marlee Grant and Hana Springer became cultural arts ambassadors. Back in D.C., they are using the lessons learned abroad to vault their professional goals.