At least 14 alumni are vying for a seat for the two major parties on the U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Senate this election.
Wilson served in the Faculty Senate for more than 10 years before being elected as chair of the executive committee last meeting.
The Student Bar Association passed a resolution prescribing 10 suggestions for law professors teaching on topics related to sexual assault to avoid recalling trauma in students.
Koren Bedeau said she wants to hear from various community members to understand the needs of GW’s academic programs.
Provost Brian Blake said he wants students with outstanding balances to be able to register for classes amid the pandemic.
LeBlanc said in an interview that the pandemic’s effects have led officials to reevaluate some of the key assumptions underlying the planning process.
Capital Pride activities and related events have been delayed as officials attempt to protect the public from COVID-19.
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.