Senior faculty expressed concerns that fewer tenure hires will undermine academic freedom and leave new hires with fewer research opportunities.
About 90 graduates were honored for academic excellence at the Phi Beta Kappa induction ceremony Friday afternoon.
Ten midshipmen from GW, Georgetown and Catholic universities were commissioned as either ensigns in the Navy or second lieutenant in the Marine Corps during the NROTC ceremony Friday morning.
About ninety students in the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences received their doctoral hoods to the applause and cheers of their friends and families in Lisner Auditorium Thursday evening.
The Faculty Senate passed a resolution Friday urging the University to adopt clearer guidelines to protect academic freedom and expression.
The graduation rate rose four percentage points between 2014 and 2016. Experts said the increase points to successful admissions and retention policies.
Students discussed President Emeritus Cloyd Heck Marvin’s mixed past during a town hall forum on renaming the campus center.
Three GW students were arrested during a protest of President Donald Trump’s latest travel ban Tuesday.
After making little progress in increasing racial diversity in the last few years, University officials asked deans to create school-specific diversity plans.
Arts faculty drafted bylaws for the Corcoran School of Arts and Design to prepare for the merger of all arts programs by next fall.