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Designing Your Life Workshop Series


April 12, 2018

GW Innovation Center

What We Do

Dub Works is the student-run organization managing the GW Innovation Center in Tompkins Hall on the Foggy Bottom campus, the first dedicated physical place for cross- departmental and multidisciplinary innovation on campus. Dub Works provides a supportive climate for ideation, creativity and entrepreneurial thinking; and it leverages existing resources to engage students, faculty, staff, alumni, and leaders from the community to address critical challenges.

The focal point of the Dub Works is to facilitate knowledge transfer and acquisition of hands- on skills, new domain exploration, interaction with peers from other disciplines, alumni, and like-minded people. The Dub Works aids discussions around disruptive ideas, exposure to art and affords real-world opportunities for GW students aspiring to create value for others.

Who We Are


Sarah Shavin

Side projects.

Konstantin Mitic

Product development, 3D-printer enthusiast, very motivated, doer

Michael Ready

Operations expert, driven, goal-oriented

Isabella Sardegna

Community Outreach Fellow

Ryan Steed

Developer, analyst, modeler, co-founder, student, and other stuff.

Sebastian Lora

Mechanical Engineering
Patent Law

Joseph Schiarizzi

Founder of Fourth Wave and developer with goals.

Faculty Sponsors

Annamaria Konya Tannon


Rodney Lake


Erica Wortham

ethnographer, building creative infrastructure and curriculum

Randy Graves

Bojana Jankovic

Adventuresome student. Cat lover.

Johnny Chou

Excel nerd

Contact Us

Want to join the community? Let us know what excites you at volunteer@dub.works.

Ideas? Suggestions? Email us at contact@dub.works.

Want to host an event in our space? Have a project to share?

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