More than 20 faculty members signed a petition this month requesting data about upcoming overhauls to the University’s academics and institutional culture.
A former Program on Extremism employee accused the program’s director of trying to stifle his academic free speech earlier this month.
Former and current colleagues of Brian Blake, the next provost, said he will bring more than 20 years of experience and a “data-driven” focus to GW.
Faculty Senate members questioned officials about the University’s 20 percent enrollment cut and the recent drop in rankings at a meeting Friday.
The Student Bar Association passed resolutions Tuesday to allow for the creation of an auditing policy and repeal a bill that created an Equal Access Official.
More than 100 students have signed a petition urging department officials not to remove three advanced Spanish language courses next semester.
Officials will expand fertility and gender dysphoria benefits while increasing some caps on life insurance plans and healthcare-related spending accounts.
Officials have approved 45 students to repeat classes this semester in accordance with the University’s freshman forgiveness policy.
Students can easily transition from taking the LSAT on paper to taking it online if they are given opportunities to take online practice tests, experts said.
Law school officials made updates to several courses this semester to give students more opportunities to gain real-world experience in the legal field.