Part-time professors will be able to secure University funds to improve teaching and professional skills for the first time this month after years of departments providing scattered or scant training. Adjuncts – who make up over 70 percent of GW’s faculty and are sometimes hired abruptly even if they lack teaching backgrounds –can grab up […]
José Andrés, one of the world’s most acclaimed and influential chefs, will teach his first course at GW next semester.
The Columbian College of Arts and Sciences is planning a law and society minor that would create GW’s first undergraduate academic program tailored to legal studies. The 18-credit minor would launch next fall and mostly include existing courses in political science, economics, sociology and history – a step to strengthen legal education at a University […]