Emily Sporn

Obama presents plan to cap tuition costs

President Barack Obama proposed new federal policies Jan. 27 that could tie federal funding to tuition increases – a move that he hopes will encourage schools to tackle the rising issue of college affordability. But a top University administrator remains doubtful about the impact Obama’s latest efforts will have on GW because of the University’s […]

University beats peers for female faculty rates

The University employed 488 full-time female faculty members last year, slightly less than the national average, data from the National Center for Education Statistics shows. Among all public and private two- and four-year Title IV degree-granting institutions, 42.9 percent of full-time faculty are women, Michael Solomon, the manager of editorial promotion at The Chronicle of […]