Five years after GW launched its first massive open online course, faculty say the courses provide “accessible” education to non-degree-seeking students.
Graduate students said a proposed federal rule to bar students from unionizing could make it more difficult for them to negotiate better wages and benefits.
Students enrolled in a new course this fall will explore the intersection of black feminist writings and pop culture.
As the country nears another presidential election, faculty said an in-house poll will allow GW to be a prominent source of election information.
A former congresswoman discussed the state of the Republican Party and her time in Congress at the Elliott School Wednesday.
After her nearly four-decade tenure in the biology department, Diana Lipscomb said she plans to retire at the end of the semester.
Officials plan to hire a new professor of ethics and international affairs to help expand ethics-related courses in the Elliott School.
Officials gave initial approval last week to reclassify the cognitive neuroscience major as a bachelor of science.
The revisions to the law school’s legal research and writing program include a switch from an adjunct to a full-time staff and an increased credit requirement.
The economics department is hiring three professors to replace departed faculty members and shrink crowded classes.