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Interdisciplinary Research at GW

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We are at an exciting time in GW’s history for studying engineering. The Science and Engineering Hall just had its grand opening this past March. You’ll be riding the nationwide surge for college students studying STEM fields. You’ll get to live in DC, where policy and technology are evolving every day. Whether you see yourself as a biomedical engineer planning for medical school, a systems engineer aiming for a job in finance or business management, or even an uncertain engineering student...Read More..

Diversity, Inclusion, and Leadership

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The United States is known as a melting pot of races, ethnicities, religions, cultures, and traditions, and has always prided itself on that description. We have only grown more diverse as a nation over time; moreover, new media has allowed for a significant increase in racial/ethnic group identity and pride, not to mention an easy and effective way to share information and organize for change (Shivers 2004). Read More...