Two former congresswomen and a GSPM program director examined how the congressional results of the 2020 election might impact polarization in Washington.
Officials said the career center will continue to offer its traditional coaching services, including career exploration coaching and industry-specific coaching.
A SEAS professor will study how to enhance nitrogen removal processes in waste water, necessary to remove harmful algae growth.
Officials said freshmen living and learning communities will continue their programming virtually this fall through virtual bonding events.
Officials are using a text message outreach campaign to share information with students in the lead-up to the fall.
More than 1,500 students signed a petition requesting that officials change GW’s on-campus residency requirement.
Nonessential travelers entering the city from 27 states considered as “high-risk” for contracting COVID-19 must self-quarantine for 14 days.
Public health researchers developed a tool to determine the number of COVID-19 contact tracers that will be needed to reopen the United States.
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.