Several student leaders on campus have signed a letter calling on University President Thomas LeBlanc to take action to fight anti-Semitism at GW.
The president announced at a Faculty Senate meeting Friday that trustees will postpone the final vote on the next strategic plan to their retreat next summer.
Vice Provost Christopher Bracey said 17 faculty saw their base compensation increase this month as a result of the salary equity committee’s efforts.
The Student Bar Association approved changes to its bylaws and provided funding to some student organizations in its final meeting this semester.
The number of undergraduates majoring in public health has doubled in the last year, according to enrollment data.
Attendees at the forum discussed University President Thomas LeBlanc’s plan to cut enrollment while increasing the proportion of STEM majors.
Nine faculty members said the trainings were not worthwhile, and five said they do not plan to participate.
Student Bar Association senators announced the election of two senators and approved two new judges to serve on the organization’s court.
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.