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7 Tips from Alumni Entrepreneurs

7 Tips from Alumni Entrepreneurs

GW is no stranger self-starters, as evidenced by the number of entrepreneurs in the alumni community. We’ve had the chance to sit down with alums in a variety of industries to learn from the best. Find out what they’ve learned along the way and what they think aspiring entrepreneurs should know: Jack Bergstrand, GSEHD MA

Dedicated Alumni Honored at 2014 Service Awards

GW and the GW Alumni Association (GWAA) honored seven dedicated alumni at the 53rd annual Alumni Outstanding Service Awards on Thursday, Apr. 3, recognizing them for their volunteer efforts that advance the mission of the university. Established in 1961, the Alumni Outstanding Service Awards recognize GW and Mount Vernon College graduates. The awards include the

Alumni Raise High During A-10 Tournament in NYC

On Friday, Mar. 14, GW men’s basketball took to the Barclays Center court as part of the Atlantic 10 Championship — and thousands of alumni, parents and friends were there to support them. At 7:00pm, before the Colonials faced off against the University of Massachusetts, a pregame party took place in the Barclays Center’s 40/40

Introducing the 2014 Alumni Service Award Recipients

Seven alumni, who advance the mission of university through volunteer efforts — ensuring the university’s impact on our community and future generations of students — will be honored on Thursday, April 3, at the 53rd Annual Alumni Outstanding Service Awards.  All alumni are invited to attend the event, hosted by the George Washington Alumni Association

Double Alumna Elana Meyers Brings Home the Silver!

Remember our story about Olympic bobsledder Elana Meyers, SPHHS BS ’06, GWSB MTA ’11?  It’s officially time for a victory dance. Meyers and her teammate Lauryn Williams competed today and clinched the silver medal for the US—and the GW community is buzzing with excitement for her and Team USA. “Elana exemplifies the dedication, passion and attitude that

Alumna Receives Technology Rising Star Award

Shweta Mulcare, CCAS BS ’06, recently received the Technology Rising-Star award for her technical achievements and leadership at the 2013 Women of Color STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) Conference this past October. The annual event, hosted by Women of Color magazine and sponsored by Career Communications Group, Inc., recognizes multicultural women throughout the U.S.

Double Alumna Sets Her Sights on Olympic Gold

With the winter Olympics just a few weeks away, athletes from around the world are gearing up to compete in Sochi. That includes Elana Meyers, SPHHS BS ’06, GWSB MTA ’11, a member of the US Women’s Bobsled National Team, who snagged two victories in December at the International Bobsled & Skeleton Federation’s 2013 World

Top Five Stories of 2013

2013 was a big year for the GW community—from entertainment to politics to business to community service, alumni around the world made a difference, and we were lucky enough to catch up with many of them. Check out which stories were most popular last year: Double Alumna Conquers Crossfit Christy Phillips Adkins, SPHHS BS ’07,

Olympic Hopeful Wins at Bobsled World Cup Race

Have you heard the buzz about Elana Meyers, SPHHS BS ’06, GWSB MTA ’11, who brought home a bronze medal in the last winter Olympics? The Sochi-bound bobsledder just claimed two victories at the International Bobsled & Skeleton Federation’s 2013 World Cup in Park City, UT—and she found time to pen an article about the experience

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