Mayor Muriel Bowser ordered a citywide curfew for the District for Sunday night in response to recent protests over incidents of police brutality.
Officials say the District should have the necessary contact tracing and testing capabilities by the end of July to contain the virus.
The Faculty Senate called on officials to rely on furloughs and layoffs as a last resort in mitigating the fiscal impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on GW.
All newly admitted graduate students in the Elliott School of International Affairs will be able to take up to nine credits online this fall.
Public health researchers developed a tool to determine the number of COVID-19 contact tracers that will be needed to reopen the United States.
Officials will hold a special meeting of the Faculty Senate for senators to discuss academic and budgetary planning in light of the pandemic.
GW Hillel wrote that it’s discussing the appointment with academic partners, while J Street U at GW wrote that the organization supports the appointment.
The vice dean of the Elliott School of International Affairs will take over as interim leader of the school at the end of the month.
The resolution expands the freshman forgiveness policy to allow all undergraduate students to retake up to three courses.
Mary Tschirhart said she has emphasized her commitment to preparing students for ongoing challenges they will encounter as public servants.