The launch date for the University’s largest-ever fundraising campaign could still be a year away, hinting at a slower-than-expected pace of donations to hoist academics, research and construction over the next decade.
Marwan Sulaiman left Iraq in 2007 to make sure he had a safe passage to school every day.
University Counseling Center staff will continue to take walk-in appointments on the Mount Vernon Campus every day this week. Students will be able to speak to counselors at Eckles Library from 4 to 7 p.m. GW’s counseling office, which has about 20 employees in its K Street office, has bulked up its staff from other […]
The freshman, a biomedical engineering major and member of the University’s Honors Program, made friends quickly, drawing new people to him with his smile and easygoing nature.
Administrators will also begin talks this summer about whether to create a permanent health center on the 600-student campus, Dean of Student Affairs Peter Konwerski said.
“This generous grant will move GW into the national conversation on ways to serve this emerging college student community,” CADE Associate Director Alexis Janda said. “We will focus on raising awareness of the experience of students at various stages of recovery through education and activities.”
Board of Trustees chair Nelson Carbonell asked all full-time faculty Monday to respond to a survey that will shape the final steps of the Faculty Code review. Those responses, which he announced in an open letter to faculty, mark the final chance for faculty to weigh in over the governing rules, which cover issues from […]
Just eight of the 41 new faculty hired within the last five years at SEAS are women.
Ever wonder if the six-figure sum you spent on your GW degree was worth it? Turns out you may have earned more if you had graduated from schools like New York University, Boston University, Catholic University or George Mason University instead, according to data released this week by a salary-tracking company called PayScale. The University […]
GW named a former Centers for Disease Control official to steer the obesity and prevention research institute created as part of the largest gift in the University’s history.