On this week’s episode of “Getting to the Bottom of It,” student leaders discuss how they are adjusting to life during the pandemic.
Reuben Brigety highlighted leadership programming and new research endeavors as among his biggest accomplishments as Elliott School dean.
Faculty in the Classical and Ancient Near Eastern studies program are working to add biblical Hebrew as a way for students to complete their major requirements.
Department of Biostatistics and Bioinformatics faculty have expanded their course offerings in the department’s first semester at GW.
Panelists discussed the Republican Party’s treatment of LGBTQ individuals and policy issues in the Marvin Center Tuesday.
Maheshwari launched the Instagram account @TinydormconcertsGW late last semester, a spin-off of NPR’s Tiny Desk concerts.
Michael King, who served the chemistry department for more than 20 years as chair, will retire at the end of the academic year.
Speech, language and hearing sciences faculty said the new neuroscience major has led to an uptick in student engagement with the department.
Five members resigned after omitting votes for a freshman representative candidate in September to ensure that the opposing candidate would win.
Office of Innovation and Entrepreneurship leaders have opened a new space on campus for students to receive advice about their startup ideas.