Innovation at Work

From partnerships with the XPrize Foundation to the Jane Goodall Institute, the GW Innovation Center promotes student-led innovation at GW.


Konstantin Mitic gives an overview of some of the projects that students have worked on through the GW Innovation Center.



Students eating lunch and discussing

George Hacks

George Hacks is a student-led nonprofit that promotes innovation in healthcare by hosting medical hackathons at GW.


Photo of Jane Goodall

Jane Goodall Institute

GW Innovation Center students are working with the Jane Goodall Institute and Dr. James Hahn’s Motion Capture and Analysis Laboratory and using virtual reality to bring Dr. Goodall’s message of environmental conservation to a new generation.


15 partner organizations, programs and companies; 6 workshops, courses, hackathons per semester; 10 global/local social impact projects