School of Engineering and Applied Science

SEAS Professor Megan Leftwich with students

The GW School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS) sits at a crossroads of scholarship and innovation. As a key school within a research university in the heart of the nation’s capital, we strive to:

  • Pursue the technological advances that help drive our knowledge-based economy
  • Educate individuals who will make a difference in the future
  • Make discoveries and incubate businesses that will benefit our world 

We are an engineering school on the rise.  And we need your help.

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To learn more:

  • Elizabeth Hubler

    Applying Engineering Skills to Real-Life Problems

    "I think it's really important to give back...Service learning is a really important component of someone's curriculum and of someone's time in college. I was able to get that experience through Engineers Without Borders." - Elizabeth Hubler, SEAS '14

  • Will Alexander

    DC Native's Path from The Schools Without Walls to the School of Engineering and Applied Science

    "It's such a transformative experience when you see one of your peers apply for and receive a scholarship—just seeing what doors and opportunities that opened up for them made it something I really wanted to strive for." -Will Alexander, SEAS '04, GWSB '06

  • Student Opportunities video screenshot

    Student Opportunities

    GW's faculty and students have a passion for changing the world, and nowhere is this passion more apparent than in the laboratories of SEH.

Read More on the GW Impact Blog