Spring 2017 issue of GW Magazine features alumni who go out on a limb.
In harm’s way or in the bottomless unknown, these alumni are found setting up camp, feeling out the boundaries beyond bounds and stealing imagination.
As one of NASA’s trailblazing “human computers” in the 1960s and ’70s, Christine Darden, SEAS DSc ’83, broke through barriers of color, gender and engineering.
The American Writers Museum, conceived by Malcolm O’Hagan, SEAS D.Eng. ’66, celebrates not just literary accomplishment, but the joy of reading itself.
Diana Henriques, ESIA BA ’69, plays herself opposite Robert De Niro in the HBO adaptation of her book about Bernie Madoff.