Science and Engineering Hall


The Start of a New Era of Research at the George Washington University.

GW’s Science and Engineering Hall, rising in the heart of the nation’s capital, will nearly double the space on our Foggy Bottom Campus available to a mix of disciplines, and will bring under one roof researchers currently spread across a dozen buildings.

With state-of-the-art laboratories and teaching facilities, the Science and Engineering Hall will be a place where engineers and computer scientists work alongside chemists, biologists and physicists, mining the space between disciplines for the answers to society’s big questions. It will be a place where STEM education takes center stage, where knowledge is put into action, and where higher education reaches even higher.

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