The Engaged Liberal Arts in Action
Alexander van der Horst’s redesigned capstone course equips physics students with the oral, written and ethical expertise needed to succeed in 21st-century careers.
For a team of GW students, climbing Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania was the adventure of a lifetime—and a charitable expedition.
Sarah Wagner’s research on the recovery and identification of MIA service members has taken her from Vietnam battlefields to forensic science labs to the living rooms of reunited families.
History PhD student Brittany Lewis competed for the Miss Black America title to raise awareness for racial justice and further her own doctoral research. The last thing she expected was to win.
Geography graduate student Luis Suter takes CCAS into the arctic! Suter spent his summer performing research with the GW International Arctic Field Course on Permafrost & Northern Studies.
French Professor Abdourahman Waberi, an acclaimed author and poet, traveled to Rwanda to speak to both survivors of the nation’s genocide and its perpetrators.
Luther Rice Fellow Abby Pepin shared her story working with Associate Professor of Chemistry Cynthia Dowd to turn back the TB tide.
At the GW Speech and Hearing Center, Adrienne Hancock and student clinicians guide transgender clients to a new, more genuine voice—and a new outlook on life.