Officials doled out more money on research expenditures last calendar year than any other year in University history, Provost Brian Blake said Friday.
More than 20 faculty members, students and administrators signed an open letter calling for President Donald Trump to be removed from office.
Researchers from GW’s Program on Extremism launched a database of federal court records related to the riot at the U.S. Capitol.
With the exception of those from GW Law, all GW community members now have access to University-licensed Zoom accounts.
With the pandemic as the backdrop for most events that unfolded this year, nearly every aspect of the University has been upended.
Officials said the hybrid classes are primarily for students who are working on time-sensitive research or capstone projects.
John Fletcher, an alumnus and visiting professor of government procurement law at GW Law, died Nov. 12. He was 34.
LeBlanc said some faculty, staff and students may not receive the vaccine by next fall, but officials will be able to “do more than we’re doing now.”
Although COVID-19 pandemic has cast a shadow on most of Provost Brian Blake’s time at GW, he said he has been able to make progress on his initial goals.
The move came following a tense standoff between the parliamentarian and many faculty over the assembly’s ability to conduct online voting.