The GW Office of Innovation & Entrepreneurship works closely with departments and organizations within the university, dedicated to promoting entrepreneurship education and practice. We encourage interested parties to reach out to our contacts directly.
Research and innovation are driving forces advancing GW as an academic institution and society as a whole, and the Office of the Vice Provost for Research (OVPR) works diligently to strengthen existing initiatives and expand into new multidisciplinary fields. GW has more than 85 centers and institutes and research in cutting edge projects in science and technology, health, public policy, global security, and the arts and humanities.
Led by Interim Vice Provost Carla J. Berg, the office works in tandem with faculty to facilitate all phases of the external and internal funding processes, and provides support for faculty and student research initiatives.
CFEE strives to empower entrepreneurs by integrating academic objectives within GW's business community, including women's entrepreneurial leadership and new venture development.
The GWIC is an open, interdisciplinary, collaborative space in education where we support innovation through direct learning experiences and real-world social engagements. Established in 2016 as a student-centered entity, the GWIC operates as a passion-driven startup representing a radical new direction for experiential learning in higher education. We offer a broad range of scenarios and partnerships to create novel and valuable learning experiences for students from across the university. To do this, we engage in an open, free-flowing ideation process among students, faculty, staff, and our external partners.
GEFRI supports the creation and dissemination of knowledge in the areas of globalization of markets, finance and technology and their impact on the financing of new or emerging business opportunities. This support is provided through targeted research grants, research excellence awards, conferences, a working paper series, and educational programs.
This annual event is dedicated to highlighting the breadth of research and discovery on issues of major disciplinary, multidisciplinary, and global significance being done at GW through poster sessions, presentations, guest speakers.
GWupstart is GW's central hub for social entrepreneurship training, mentoring, and funding. Based in the Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service, it builds on GW’s strength as an institution that fosters the next generation of citizen leaders. It provides the know-how and support to students to turn their ideas into practical action that makes a measurable, sustained difference.
GW Veterans, the Student Veterans of America chapter at the George Washington University, launched an initiative on Veterans Day 2015 to establish a centralized military resource center on the GW Foggy Bottom campus. The goal of the center is to enrich the support for military affiliated students by creating a space that is comprised of the different on-campus military organizations such as student groups, ROTC, and formal Department of Veteran's Affairs benefit processing offices.
The Honey W. Nashman Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service aims to integrate civic engagement into George Washington University’s educational work. We focus GW’s resources to meet community needs beyond the campus, promote active citizenship in a diverse democracy, and enhance teaching, learning and scholarship at GW.
ICSB was the first international membership organization to promote the growth and development of small businesses worldwide. The organization brings together educators, researchers, policy makers and practitioners from around the world to share knowledge and expertise in their respective fields.
The Office of Industry & Corporate Research is the first point of contact for industry and corporate entities to form mutually beneficial relationships with GW.
Operation GW VALOR is a comprehensive, collaborative, and unified effort amongst key stakeholders whereby GW student Military members, their Families, and Veterans Accelerate Learning Opportunities & Rewards (VALOR).
SEAS' programs and degrees prepare professionals to be confident in their understanding of science and technology, capable of exercising constructive leadership, creative in the face of new environmental and societal challenges, and agile in the application of critical analytical skills during a life long learning that will open new career horizons.
Technology Commercialization Office (TCO) promotes and facilitates the transfer of GW innovations for the benefit of the university community and the public while leveraging GW resources by partnering with industry experts and entrepreneurs.
Investing in the Commonwealth's fastest-growing county and eager to meet community and corporate needs, the Campus has expanded its core research institutes and added to its graduate and specialized undergraduate education programs. The Campus has grown from one building to seven.