Three Students in the Spotlight at GW Research Showcase

May 3, 2024

GW Research Showcase

The George Washington University (GW) recently hosted its annual Research Showcase, a vibrant celebration of scholarly endeavors across disciplines. This year’s theme, “GW Research for a Sustainable and Equitable Future,” underscored the university’s commitment to addressing complex challenges and fostering innovation. GW students, postdocs, faculty and staff showcased research projects and scholarly work that focused on sustainability and equity. The event was a celebration of the diverse scholarly endeavors undertaken across the university, all focused on addressing complex challenges, fostering innovation, and creating a more resilient and just world. 

At the event, GW Nursing boasted three students whose work was on display. Each student engaged with attendees as they stopped by their posters, explaining the importance of the research they have undertaken. 

Tessa Mirka Torgovitsky posing with her poster

Tessa Mirka Torgovitsky

GW Nursing – ABSN program

“Enhancing Patient Satisfaction in LGBTQ+ Expectant Parents” 

Nkechi posing with poster

Nkechi Onwuemene

GW Nursing – D.N.P. program 

"The Impact of Hypertension Education on Knowledge and Management of Blood Pressure"  

Wendy Post posing with her poster

Wendy Post

GW Nursing – Ph.D. program 

“Black Women Shouldn’t Die Giving Life: The lived experiences of Black women diagnosed with severe maternal morbidity in the United States”