GW’s chief financial officer out earned University President Steven Knapp last fiscal year when he made about $1.41 million.
Those arrangements are a recruitment practice mirrored at top universities across the country as schools in pricey cities attract faculty and administrators with housing stipends or on-campus housing offers to make the transition more affordable, experts say.
Blake D. Morant will take over GW’s No. 20-ranked school on Sept. 1, bringing expertise in media and administrative law to the school that has spent 18 months without a permanent leader.
Student leaders say J Street will be in a holding pattern for the next two years, as GW waits for the contract with its service provider to expire before rolling out major changes.
Experts say though the boost to financial aid funds keeps them on track with tuition increases, it may not give enough opportunity to students who need aid.
When Linda Livingstone starts her deanship this summer, she will prepare to guide officials and faculty through a tense visit from the business school's accreditor, which has put GW on a path toward losing its recognition.
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Make a game plan with your roommate during the first few weeks of classes. Talk about possible scenarios, and how you would want them to play out.
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By appealing to our schools, students can start conversations about how to reduce gun violence. It’s one of the best ways to pressure the federal government to take action.
I never expected that my on-campus jobs would give me a community of friends. Not only do we have a great deal in common, but we bond by working toward the same goal, under the banner of an institution that we hold dear.
The University has yet to replace Deputy Title IX coordinator Tara Pereira, who stepped down from her post in December. That’s not something campus leaders are telling freshmen at CI.
While some focus on rehabilitation and others look to fit new roles, the team is beginning to mentally prepare for a new season with heightened expectations.
Nero, who recently started his tenure as chair of the A-10 athletics director council, plans to stay just as active during the summer as he did during the academic year, working incessantly to capitalize on last season’s triumphs.
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