The Organizational Sciences Fellows Program is a master’s degree program designed to include a highly integrated cohort student experience with cross-functional faculty.
Every music major completes an independent capstone project in his or her senior year and participates in a seminar that tracks the projects as they develop.
As a class project, our students collaborated with a local utility company to develop a new platform that helps service power lines from helicopters.
GW offers one of the nation’s few programs that provides mechanical engineering students with a foundation in patent law.
Our students have participated in biomechanics research to help the U.S. Olympic swimming team bring home more medals.
Students at GW work on a new technology that has applications to refrigeration systems and power plants and could lead to fewer greenhouse gas emissions.
Professor of Mathematics Joseph Bonin received the University’s 2009 Oscar and Shoshana Trachtenberg Prize in Teaching.