How I Got the Job: Connecting with the WorldGW senior international affairs major and French minor Oliver Haddow will begin his multi-year Peace Corps appointment in Senegal shortly after Commencement.
Pandemic Lit: Can Classics Teach COVID Lessons?
For her Pandemics in Italian Literature class, Lynn Westwater scoured classic novels and centuries-old chronicles about disease outbreaks for stories that reflect today’s struggles.
Guiding Faculty to Online Teaching SuccessIn 2019, before COVID-19 forced most instruction online, Spanish professor Ariadna Pichs decided to offer her highly in-demand course virtually. She collaborated with GW Libraries and Academic Innovation to transform a traditional course into an effective and engaging online course.
Voices of Genocide Echo from Rwanda
Professor Abdourahman Waberi — acclaimed author, poet and RGSLL assistant professor of French — traveled to Rwanda to speak to both the survivors of the nation’s genocide and its perpetrators. Two decades and several novels later, Waberi has developed his GW classroom into a forum for discussions relating to philosophy and the global view through literature.