GW Cancer Center
The center serves as an umbrella organization for all cancer-related activities across the university, including those at the GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences, the George Washington University Hospital, and The GW Medical Faculty Associates. Its mission is to become a leading innovator in basic, population, and clinical research; a premier destination for personalized cancer care; and a national leader in cancer policy.
GW Autism & Neurodevelopmental Disorders Institute (AND)
Taking an interactive approach to research, policy, and treatment, the AND Institute works across traditional boundaries to provide state-of-the-art assessments, interventions, medical treatments and support services related to autism and neurodevelopmental disorders.
Science and Engineering Hall
With state-of-the-art laboratories and teaching facilities, the Science and Engineering Hall (SEH) is place where engineers and computer scientists work alongside chemists and physicists, mining the space between disciplines for answers to society’s big questions. The SEH epitomizes GW’s investment in research infrastructure and facilities that enable innovative research and teaching. With these new facilities, GW researchers are poised to expand the depth and breadth of human knowledge.
Promoting Undergraduate Research
The Center for Undergraduate Research assists students in attaining research positions in all disciplines across the University. These positions deepen the educational experience, offer faculty mentorship and develop future employment experience. Even small gifts can help a student researcher expand their knowledge in their chosen field.
Help Veterans Achieve New Goals
Since 1944, when the first veteran of WWII attended on the newly-passed G.I. Bill, GW has been providing financial and logistical resources to help veterans make the transition from combat to classroom.
The university created the Career Services Enhancement Initiative in 2012 as an effort to strengthen the overall career culture at GW for students, alumni and employers. The initiative empowers students and alumni to translate their academic and co-curricular experiences at the university into a lifetime of productive and engaged citizenship. Support in career services can help students gain internship opportunities with potential employers, turning their education into valuable workplace experience.