Faculty said they support the opt-in pass/fail policy, which allows students outside “ideal” learning conditions to make a decision about their grades.
Students returning from abroad amid COVID-19 worries said “vague” communication from officials has left their future plans for the semester up in the air.
Officials canceled multiple study abroad programs in China in response to the spread of a novel strain of coronavirus.
Officials said the fund, which contains about $1,500, helps students afford access to resources they may otherwise not be able to afford.
Five years after its launch, the biomedical engineering department is working to grow its faculty and offerings to compete nationally with similar departments.
Officials in the School of Business are currently in discussions with community members to update the school’s undergraduate and MBA curricula.
Philosophy department faculty are offering a new course in December that will allow students to travel to Mexico to study the country’s environmental problems.
Office of Innovation and Entrepreneurship leaders have opened a new space on campus for students to receive advice about their startup ideas.
Experts said the Student Research Commons website may increase interdisciplinary research at GW by raising awareness about available opportunities.
The Institute for Middle East Studies will hold its first graduate symposium this month amid its recent partnership with a Middle East studies organization.