Congratulations to Elliott School student, Angela George, for her participation in the World Health Summit in Berlin in October as part of her study abroad internship program!
Published in International Educator, Opening the Doors Wider highlights the scholarship practices GW offers on campus from both an educator and a student point of view.
Featured in GW Today: Where in the World Did the Columbian College Go? From South Africa to Denmark, CCAS summer courses take students across the globe.
The Office for Study Abroad earned high marks at GW’s 12th annual Celebration of Excellence last week in recognition of its exemplary work on behalf of students, fellow staff members, and the entire university community.
The George Washington University’s Office for Study Abroad was recognized among the top 25 university study abroad programs in the nation by the Institute of International Education (IIE).
Thirteen George Washington students have received a total of $50,000 in scholarship awards from the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship Program for the fall 2013 semester.
The George Washington University Singers (USingers) recently traveled to South Africa, where they performed, studied, and participated in service projects. The international cultural exchange experience was the basis for a study abroad course supported by GW's music department and the Office for Study Abroad.
The university is canceling study abroad plans for Egypt for the fall semester because of concerns about safety. Eight George Washington students were planning to study in the country.The decision was made by the Office of International Programs in consultation with the Office for Study Abroad and leadership in the relevant graduate programs. Faculty and staff experts on study abroad safety and the region also informed the determination.
Associate Provost for International Programs Donna Scarboro, Director for Study Abroad Rob Hallworth, Study Abroad Advisor Taylor Wood, Focus on Fall Abroad Community Assistant Shay Laws, and Graduate School of Education and Human Development students Alicia Freter and Trisha Makovsky participated in the Inaugural Diversity Conference hosted by Loyola University in Chicago.