Glen Warren, who double majored in computer science and psychology, was a member of GW’s inaugural cohort of Posse Atlanta Scholars. He is now the first GW Posse Scholarship recipient to have graduated from the School of Engineering and Applied Science.
During his time at SEAS, Warren was a founding member of the diversity and inclusion committee (SEAS Together), serving primarily as the group’s events and scheduling coordinator. He also served as a front desk assistant for undergraduate services. “I got to be the ‘middleman’ between all undergrad students and administration,” Warren explains. “From giving campus tours to office celebrations, that job was very fun, and I really enjoyed the work environment.” Outside of SEAS, Warren was also a member of the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, sold tickets for GW Athletics, and served on three different research teams within the psychology field.
“In the near future, I hope to pursue a master's in neuroscience,” Warren says. “As of right now, I am currently working as an IT analyst for Chick-fil-A's corporate headquarters, determined to have an experience that will help to inform my ultimate dream of intersecting technology and autism communication efforts.”