Meyers, who became the new host of “Late Night” in February, will perform Oct. 18 at the Smith Center for the annual event that brings students’ families to GW.
More than a half-dozen current or former officers allege that a hostile workplace culture in the University Police Department has led to high turnover, hurt staff morale and and undermined the ability to respond to campus emergencies.
Administrators defended GW’s counseling services Friday after the parents of newly admitted students used the bulk of an hour-long session to ask about the recent string of suicides on campus.
Barry Salzberg, the CEO of Deloitte Global, is the first business school speaker in four years to not have earned a degree from GW. He will speak about “leadership, career development and the value of education” on May 16, interim Dean Christopher Kayes said in a statement Monday.
Counseling will become a permanent fixture of the Mount Vernon Campus next fall, officials announced Monday, as part of an effort to bolster mental health services for a campus where three students have died in three months.
The University accepted 43 percent of applicants to the Class of 2018, an expected drop to selectivity that after a restructured admissions process caused applications to fall this year.
Shaking off negative publicity and a low year of fundraising, Knapp has found his stride at the right time as GW prepares to launch a fundraising campaign that will likely total $1 billion.
Linda Queen began suffered a panic attack and started taking antidepressants as she tried to avoid the pair during her shifts. “Every night going to work, I dreaded it,” Queen, 25, said.
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José Andrés, who was named the best chef in North America three years ago, is already a familiar face on campus after teaching a course on food justice last year.