More than a semester into the program, students said the program has helped them build their resumes and establish professional relationships.
Faculty said they plan to check in with their students and give them a chance to cope with the stress of living in the District during an uncertain time.
Students said the School of Business’ transition from Bachelor of Arts to Bachelor of Science degrees this fall is providing them with more technical skills.
Faculty said their students were tired after staying up late on Election Day to hear the results and extended due dates for assignments as a result.
Practice a new language Friday, get started on holiday shopping Saturday then relax on Sunday with a glow-in-the-dark yoga session.
Political and journalism experts discussed and analyzed the meaning of the results of the 2020 U.S. presidential election Thursday.
STEM faculty said virtual labs are not replacements for developing necessary skills for future careers like finding solutions when an experiment fails.
The Institute for Korean Studies hosted a webinar on humor in comedy North Korean films and its influence on the country’s society on Friday.
Officials said the majority of undergraduate and graduate students support adopting Pass/No Pass or Credit/No Credit policies this fall.
Faculty launched a Bachelor of Science in environmental and sustainability science this fall to meet growing interest from students.