Jacob Garber

Jacob Garber: Go “big data” or go home

GW is hardly known as a pathway to Wall Street, so it would serve both the business school and its students by investing in this niche undergraduate discipline. Students will be able to take advantage of the earnings potential of the field without paying for graduate school, and the University will be able to further its goal of connecting its colleges through interdisciplinary education.

Jump on board a new kind of college rankings

If GW opted into U-Multirank, the University could truly show off its competitiveness across the world. Top officials from across GW have jetted across the world, especially to China, recently to raise money, start programs and enhance GW’s reputation. It is positioning itself for the global stage.