Employment law experts said publicly sharing details about controversial hirings could potentially lead to a defamation suit against GW.
The event will be held between Thursday, Oct. 1 and Saturday, Oct. 3, and will include a comedy show and an auction of Thurston Hall room plates.
GW has taken cost-saving measures ranging from layoffs to a hiring freeze since March to address the University’s budget gap.
The total value of the University’s endowment decreased in market value by 1.13 percent in fiscal year 2019, from about $1.80 billion to about $1.78 billion.
Officials will roll out a “completely new experience” for course registration this summer as they continue to look for replacements for Banweb.
Officials raised more than $122.6 million during fiscal year 2019, an annual increase of nearly 6 percent.
The locations for the president’s trips were selected primarily on the “size” and “scope” of the GW community in each region, officials said.
Administrators said Talent@GW will boast three new modules involving recruitment, onboarding and development by the end of next year.
Undergraduate and graduate enrollment fell slightly this year amid increases in diversity and the number of non-degree seeking students.
Officials said family donations hit $15.7 million last year, the highest in recent memory, following three consecutive years of decline.