Two new winter pop-ups have cropped up this year with added concepts, unique layouts and new chances for end-of-semester mistakes.
Faculty feedback about the faculty teaching workshop offered by GW Libraries and Academic Innovation was mostly “positive,” officials said.
Donations from parents fell for the third consecutive year in fiscal year 2018, dropping to $5.7 million, a six-year low for the University.
Senior class gift coordinators said they are teaming up with the Center for Career Services to host career panels and workshops during the campaign.
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Of the 10 summer study abroad programs offered this summer, four were canceled because of low student enrollment or changes in faculty plans.
The University will no longer provide a service allowing students to rent safes in their residence halls.
About 300 graduates were told to commit their lives to helping others as they received diplomas from the medical school Saturday.
The Class of 2018 raised a record-breaking $140,882, surpassing previous classes’ gifts to the University.
About 130 doctoral candidates in the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences received their doctoral hoods Thursday evening.