Lonnie Bunch, the secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, delivered the University’s first virtual commencement address.
Trustees also approved a new policy to establish guidelines for philanthropic naming opportunities and introduced GW’s new vice president of finance.
Trustees received recommendations from the Marvin Center renaming task force but have yet to lay out a timeline for a decision.
Trustees could finalize the budget for the upcoming year and discuss the work of the Marvin Center and Colonials moniker renaming committees Friday.
The $7 million was provided to The Geiger Gibson Program in Community Health Policy, which offers opportunities for research on disparities within healthcare.
As faculty call for more research funds, experts said directing money to a surplus can support GW’s long-term research offerings.
Charnovitz has held the position of senate parliamentarian longer than anyone else in the senate’s history.
Faculty senators on the diversity, equity and inclusion subcommittee found the University needs to increase support for underrepresented minority faculty.
The clinics will administer the Pfizer vaccine through first-dose appointments May 15 and second-dose appointments June 5.
In line with new D.C. regulations for colleges and universities, students can now gather on or off campus in groups of up to 50 people, officials announced Wednesday.