GW Law School interim Dean Chris Bracey sent an email to students Friday stating that all courses will graded on a Credit/No Credit basis this semester.
The Student Bar Association discussed releasing the results of an SBA-administered student survey about moving law classes to a pass/fail basis.
Officials will announce guidelines next week for tenure-track faculty seeking to extend their probationary period by one year.
Provost Brian Blake delivered a presentation Friday on the University’s core indicators, including diversity, salary equity and student demographics.
Officials are currently engaging in negotiations with GW Hospital’s operators about dividend payments to GW, faculty said.
Faculty said they are collaborating together to ensure best practices for holding courses online are communicated throughout departments.
The Student Bar Association meeting Tuesday has been canceled over concerns about the spread of COVID-19.
Dean John Lach said he wants to create an identifiable brand for the School of Engineering and Applied Science by emphasizing GW’s non-STEM strengths.
Students whose short-term study abroad trips were canceled because of COVID-19 will be reimbursed for trip expenses, officials said in an email.
The Government Procurement Law Program and Sustainable GW are holding a competition for students to develop sustainable policy proposals.