The GW Law School will enroll up to a 10 percent smaller first-year class this fall after a historically low application season, a move that will translate to fewer tuition dollars during a turbulent time for law schools nationwide. Dean Paul Schiff Berman said he has looked to downsize one of the largest top-tier law […]
The Columbian College of Arts and Sciences will make a preliminary decision May 1 on whether it will create an Arabic major and minor.
The GW Law School will implement big changes to student life this fall to improve the way it prepares students for the legal field and create a friendlier environment in the high-pressure school. Professional advisory boards, vocational meetings and peer groups will start for first-year law students as part of a series of new programs […]
Federal funding during the next fiscal year for one of the University’s largest sources of research grants remains flat under a White House budget proposal released Monday. President Barack Obama’s $3.8 trillion budget proposal, focused on trimming the federal deficit and debt, keeps funding for the National Institutes of Health at about $31 billion next […]