When deciding to hire less tenure-track faculty, the University must keep in mind that some students will be more negatively affected than others.
GW should be on par with its peer schools and offer more avenues for appeal so that the Title IX office can handle complaints more effectively.
From the start, GW should have communicated about the move in a better manner, especially for the impacted faculty and students.
In the future, the University should be more open and take a clearer stance during investigations and when releasing statements.
The University should make a serious effort to improve the campus experience for veteran students.
It’s not enough to just say that Dreamers have our support. We must show our support through tangible actions.
University President Thomas LeBlanc’s priorities are well-chosen, but students will need to see visible benchmarks that show progress this year.
Although strong verbal stances against a start, more action is needed to stand up to incidents of racial and religious hatred.
Course evaluations have the potential to be helpful to students, faculty and administrators – but GW’s current evaluation format isn’t much help at all.
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