Terry Murphy, the deputy provost of academic affairs, will take a yearlong sabbatical and will return as a faculty member, Provost Brian Blake said.
More than 200 faculty members requested accommodations to teach their classes virtually this fall, Provost Brian Blake said.
Black, Latino, Indigenous and female students who demonstrate “both need and merit” can apply for scholarships of $2,500.
Mayor Muriel Bowser and Events DC are pushing for the District to be considered in the bid for the 2026 World Cup.
A virtual public archive of internal ISIS files with translations and analysis from Program on Extremism staff will launch Monday.
Lenore Miller, the director of University art galleries and chief curator of the Luther W. Brady Art Gallery, will retire from her position at the end of June.
The Student Bar Association submitted a letter Tuesday calling on administrators to respond to demands including refunding students for the spring semester.
Officials said they are monitoring GW’s ability to quarantine and isolate students, provide contact tracing and offer health surveillance.
Faculty will have the option to opt out of teaching classes in person this fall, Provost Brian Blake said.
The Faculty Senate called on officials Thursday to prioritize short-term budgetary changes to mitigate fiscal impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.