President-elect Donald Trump’s administration promises a distinct change in the country’s political climate, which could affect numerous fields of study.
A study released last month by Indeed Hiring Lab found that the most opportunities in the job market were focused in five areas, mostly in the science and math fields. Enrollment in those same areas has grown at GW over the past five years, suggesting that the University is investing in departments that are most likely to lead to a job for students.
Pamela Woodruff, a psychology professor and GW alumnus who began teaching at GW in the mid 1970s, is retiring this year.
Six years into a focused effort to improve ethnic and gender diversity in GW’s faculty, the number of full-time minority faculty has remained stagnant.
Biology majors may be able to choose from one of three concentrations to specialize in based on their interests or career goals as early as this fall.
GW is eliminating part-time faculty positions to increase full-time faculty, officials said.
John Banzhaf, a public interest law professor, proposed a “third ground” in sexual assault reporting that will be tested in the state of Virginia.
The Columbian College of Arts and Sciences will launch a new master’s degree program in communication management next academic year.
It may not be the “party trick” you had in mind, but this Parents Weekend you can wow parents than by showing you are a native in your city on the metro.