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Fall 2020 Update

All undergraduate courses, with exceptions for specialized programs requiring in-person instruction, will be held online for the fall 2020 semester. GW will provide on-campus housing for a limited number of undergraduate students who have extenuating personal or academic circumstances. Residential students will attend courses online and will be expected to comply with public health and safety measures including social distancing, mask wearing and regular testing for COVID-19. Additionally, most graduate programs will be conducted online, with certain programs holding discipline-specific in-person classes.

 

Please continue to monitor our resources for updates and information and learn more about how the Federal CARES Act funding was distributed to our students.

 

 



No matter what subjects we pursue, we’ve all come here to

change the course of history.

 

 


Make an Impact

GW Community Collaborates to Produce PPEs for Hospital Workers

3d printer

 

Groups of students and faculty members from across disciplines collaborated to find immediate responses to the needs of health care professionals at GW Hospital. The group represented the Corcoran School of Art and Design, School of Engineering and Applied Science, GW Hospital, the GW Innovation Center, student organization George Hacks and others—who worked together to develop and manufacture much needed protective gear and protocols. Using a 3-D printing farm, they produced 200 face shields in under a week. 

Across the university, across disciplines and across programs, there's a group of really energetic people who are hustling to deal with COVID-19,” said James Huckenpahler, an adjunct digital lab instructor in the Corcoran.

 

 

 


NEWS AND EVENTS

 

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STORIES FROM OUR COMMUNITY

 

New Student Orientation

New Students Begin Virtual Orientation

GW is beginning virtual orientation sessions to increase connectivity amongst our community as we distance together this fall. This comprehensive, month-long virtual orientation experience consists of online modules with interactive content and virtual live events to acclimate students and families to GW.

GW All Access; Professor Zara working with a student

GW All Access: Jason Zara of SEAS

As we prepare for a virtual Fall 2020, our faculty are working tirelessly to move their classes online. Dr. Jason Zara believes the challenges of online learning could help teach his students one of the most vital engineering lessons: the ability to be “comfortable being uncomfortable.”

 


"Thomas Buergenthal visited my Holocaust class @GWtweets today and I’ll never forget it. It was the first time in my life hearing from a Holocaust survivor directly. Research through text is one thing. Hearing directly from the person is another."

Gavin Coble

BA Political Science '19


 

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