Milken has begun accepting applications for two new doctoral programs in global public health sciences and health and biomedical data science.
Students have had their fair share of embarrassing stories while their camera or microphone was on without their knowledge.
Experts said the diversity audit officials announced last month could lead to campus-wide improvements if it can reveal both GW’s strengths and weaknesses.
Faculty said they’re concerned about employee burnout as GW Libraries staff take on more responsibilities during the pandemic.
Jerry Ellig, a research professor at the Regulatory Studies Center, died Jan. 20 of heart complications. He was 58.
Faculty said they plan to check in with their students and give them a chance to cope with the stress of living in the District during an uncertain time.
John Fletcher, an alumnus and visiting professor of government procurement law at GW Law, died Nov. 12. He was 34.
Undergraduate mentees said the program helped them navigate their preparations to take the Law School Admission Test and apply to law school.
Law school Dean Dayna Bowen Matthew launched a podcast to discuss the issues facing the country surrounding the 2020 election.
The number of criminal justice majors reached 133 students this academic year, an almost 40 percent jump from the 96 majors last year.