NEWS & EVENTS
Brunch Honors 17/18 & 18/19 Columbian Women Scholarship Recipients
Posted April 18, 2019
On Saturday, March 23, 2019 The Columbian Women of The George Washington University hosted a Scholarship Brunch and Reunion to honor the 2017-2018 and 2018-2019 Columbian Women Scholarship Recipients. The event was held at International House in Dupont Circle.
Geller Fellowship Awarded to Eden Orelove
Posted January 24, 2015
The Judy F. and Henry Geller Fellowship with
The Columbian Women of The George Wash-
ington University (Columbian Women) was
established by Judy F. Geller, a GWU alumna
and former Columbian Women Scholarship
Recipient, and her husband who credits her
Columbian Women scholarship as the key
investment that helped her complete her
degree and launch a successful career.
The Fellowship was established to encourage
an enrolled GWU female student to gain first-
hand experience working with a nonprofit
organization and to learn about the history
of The Columbian Women and its historical
impact with GWU, Washington, D.C. and the thousands of students served since it was established in 1894.
Eden Orelove is in her final year of the Art History MA program. She holds a BA from the University of Washington and an MLIS from the University of Pittsburgh. Her research interests focus on the relationship between American documentary photography, archives, and memory, with particular attention to photographic technologies and ways in which photographs are structured and compiled to produce knowledge.
GWToday Article - Looking Back: The Columbian Women
Posted March 6, 2015
During the 2013-2014 academic year, Eden Orelove was chosen as a University Archives Diversity Research Fellow to do a year of research one aspect of diversity at GW. Eden chose The Columbian Women as her research topic. Her fellowship was funded by an Innovation in Diversity and Inclusion grant from the GW Office of Diversity and Inclusion. In addition to providing a final presentation on her research, Eden also wrote an article for GW Today. To read the article click on the photo below.