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Colonial Love Q & A: Kris & Martina

Thanks to Kris Harms, SEAS BA ’03, and Martina Angiulo Harms, SPHHS BS ’03, SMHS MSHS ’06, for sharing their story! Where did you meet on campus? Kris and Martina met their Freshman year, both living on the 2nd floor of Thurston Hall. What were your first impressions of each other? Kris remembers Martina studying on her bed when

80 years of distinguished alumni

80 Years of Distinguished GW Alumni

In celebration of 80 years of GW’s Distinguished Alumni Achievement Awards, four past recipients reminisce on their time at GW and the opportunities that led to their future professional successes. Learn more about the awards at alumni.gwu.edu/alumni-awards.

Six Alumni Inducted into GW Engineering Hall of Fame

The School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS) inducted six alumni into its Hall of Fame Thursday evening. The new members join 60 others who have been so honored since 2006, when the program was established to celebrate those who have made significant strides in engineering, technology, management or public service. SEAS Dean David S.

Former Congressman Continues to Serve

Many retired congressmen and -women join the United States Association of Former Members of Congress (FMC) so they can continue doing what they love to do—serve the public. Founded in 1970, the association is a nonpartisan, educational, research, and social organization that initiates programs highlighting the importance of public service. On July 1, 2016, former

Chairman of the Board Nelson Carbonell

DC Alumni Provide Input on GW’s Next President

Strategist. Innovator. Uniter. These are some of the characteristics that George Washington University alumni want to see in the next president of the university, according to a town hall discussion on September 13 in Washington, DC. After President Knapp announced his intention to step down at the end of this academic year, the GW Board

CCAS Alumni Make Career Connections

From White House internships to dream jobs in the private sector, Columbian College students and recent graduates are taking advantage of their GW connections to advance their career aspirations. The following are examples of how relationships can translate to success in the workplace: When American studies major Paul Kendrick, BA ’05, MPA ’07, met Ashlynn

Dedicated Alumni Honored at 2016 Service Awards

Maxine Freund, GSEHD MA ’73, EdD ’81, came to GW in the early 1970s searching for an academic program that would help tackle some of the issues facing children at educational risk. She found it at the Graduate School of Education and Human Development (GSEHD), where a small, passionate group of faculty was designing one of the

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