Dennis Narango, M.A., associate dean and associate vice president for development and alumni relations, explains how faculty and staff can support the school's philanthropic goals.
The GW Healing Clinic annual spring fundraiser raised more than $20,000 to support the student-run clinic.
This capital campaign seeks to raise $1 billion for the university by June 2018.
SMHS's Development and Alumni Relations Office and Grateful Patient Program reports that private philanthropy has exceeded the target for FY14.
The GW Healing Clinic's Annual Charity Auction raised more than $25,000 to support the student-run clinic on March 19.
Alexis Janda never pictured herself as a runner. “The word wasn’t part of my vocabulary,” she said. However, the word cancer sadly was. When Janda was 10 years old, her father, Michael, passed away from stomach lining cancer.
Members of the GW community converged on Ross Hall to place their bids at the GW student-run HEALing Clinic’s 14th annual charity auction, April 11.
For the third consecutive year, supporters of the George Washington University Cancer Institute pounded the pavement throughout Washington, D.C., as participants of the 37th annual Marine Corps Marathon Oct. 28.
The GW Women’s Heart Center has a new supporter in local chef and restaurateur, Ris Lacoste, who owns the Foggy Bottom restaurant, RIS.
Braving morning temperatures below 40 degrees and a freak blast of winter weather the day before, a team of 61 George Washington University alumni, students, faculty, staff, and friends joined more than 21,000 others to run in the 36th Annual Marine Corps Marathon and the Marine Corps 10-kilometer…