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The Foreign of Brazil: From Discourse to the Facts [Research Assistant]

Be a research assistant to Prof. Diego Abente Brun and work on The Foreign of Brazil: From the Discourse to the Facts.

Children’s Musician-Education Ella Jenkins [Research Assistant]

Be a research assistant to Prof. Gayle Wald and work on Children’s Musician-Educator Ella Jenkins.

GroundBreakers Social Impact Fellowship

GroundBreakers is a network organization and emerging solutions hub working to support homegrown development globally through connecting civic innovators and centralizing best practice in social change. From women’s rights to holistic education to refugee rights and beyond, GroundBreakers serves to convene ideas, people, and movements to amplify and accelerate civic innovation globally. GroundBreakers is a […]

Origins Book Recycling

CALLING ALL ORIGINS STUDENTS! The UHP will be collecting any Origins books that you don’t want to keep. Next semester, your books will be redistributed to first-year students on a first come, first served basis. Our goal is to cut down on book waste, and to provide free books for students who would benefit from […]

Loeb Institute Summer Program

From July 15-19, 2019, the Loeb Institute will be delighted to offer up to 15 exceptional students the opportunity to participate in the International Religious Freedom Ministerial sponsored by the U.S Department of State. In addition to attending sessions of the Ministerial, participants will meet with government officials and civil society activists, engage in seminar-style study of religious freedom, and enjoy […]

It’s Okay to Not Have a Passion

“What are you passionate about?” It’s a question that has been asked all too often at college and one that I hate. I don’t have a passion. I have interests, sure. Hobbies? Maybe not; it’s not like I have a stamp collection or any extraordinary fascinations. I have a few favorite sports teams, follow a […]

New Fraternity on Campus – Become a Leader Now

Who is Alpha Sigma Phi? We are the nation’s 10th oldest and 5th largest fraternity founded at Yale in 1845. We are the nation’s fastest expanding fraternity and are here at George Washington University because we believe there are men of high-character that share in our five values of silence, charity, purity, honor, and patriotism. […]

Intersection of Religion and Science: a Unique UHP Opportunity [SURE Stories]

As a biology major, taking non-science classes through the University Honors Program has been an incredibly unique experience and it has enhanced my undergraduate career at GW. During the Spring 2018 semester, I took a course titled Buddhist Contemplative Practices with Professor Eyal Aviv to learn more about meditation. This resulted in me asking an […]

Paid summer opportunities – Yleana Leadership Academy

The Yleana Leadership Academy is interested in recruiting both grads and undergrads for a transformative SAT summer camp that is part SAT boot camp, part higher order thinking skills development, part leadership academy, part on-campus college experience, and part traditional summer camp. We are looking for people who would be willing to work hard and […]

Free Hindi Language Course at GW

The Embassy of India and the Sigur Center for Asian Studies are excited to offer a free six-week, non-credit Introductory Hindi Language Course for Spring 2019. The course will include introduction to Hindi language including pronunciation, reading and writing of Devanagari script; speaking and comprehension of basic sentences, commands, and statements. The course will meet […]

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