In the past four years, Petty lived in student residence halls and led the Colonial Health Center as vice president of student affairs and dean of students.
Even without GW football games to attend, Commencement student speaker Vishva Bhatt said she forged a tight bond to her class in the past four years.
CCAS divides its programs into two undergraduate celebrations, each one highlighting different CCAS students’ areas of study.
Faculty said the program provided platforms for Central Asian voices to diversify research on Central Asian diasporic groups.
Officials said they will consider the effect of cost of attendance as they evaluate tuition and financial aid packages going forward.
The Breaking Barriers to Entry Project will provide financial, academic and psychological support to “nontraditional” students from around the country.
Expenses from research, students, construction and alumni generated about 1.2 percent of the District’s gross regional product, according to a study.
Officials are looking to hire more full-time female and underrepresented minority professors after faculty diversity dropped during the pandemic.
The number of tenured faculty dropped from 75.2 percent in 2018 to 73.5 percent in 2021.
Senators unanimously approved a resolution of appreciation for Arthur Wilson, the outgoing executive committee chair, at their meeting Friday.