Pre-law ambassadors have served as a “relatable” resource for students interested in law school one year into the program.
Two Congressmen examined the climate policies under consideration among the Republican Party members Tuesday at the Marvin Center.
Officials said they hope the week has inspired participants to take more active roles in their local community.
The SEAS Center for Women in Engineering is holding workshops for engineering students to prepare them to enter the workforce.
Members of the environmental and energy law program said the events will mark the program’s achievements and look toward the field’s future.
Faculty Association members established four working groups last month to discuss and develop recommendations for GW’s next strategic plan.
Business school officials held an “Entrepreneurship Week” last week for students to meet with professionals and learn business-related skills.
After receiving positive feedback from participants about a pilot program to prepare students for the GRE, officials are holding a second cohort this semester.