The suit was filed after the former executive assistant to the athletic director alleged the University violated the Equal Pay Act and Title VII.
GW’s top security official credited drug education programs for the decrease, but experts said a change in drug enforcement could explain the drop.
Gregory Maggs, a professor of law and co-director of GW’s National Security and U.S. Foreign Relations Law Program, was nominated to the position Thursday.
Officers completed an emergency vehicle operator course which trains law enforcement and first responders how to travel to emergency calls.
The suspect, a Hispanic man riding a white bike, was last seen in the area at 2:30 a.m., according to a GW alert.
Boston Properties, which is leading the planned commercial and retail redevelopment at 2100 Pennsylvania Ave., is funding five local projects.
Police blocked a portion of the sidewalk along 23rd Street following the incident.
Vincent Obias, chief in the division of colorectal surgery, completed the operation using a new robotics system designed specifically for this procedure.
Yuzho Xie, 20, was charged with second-degree theft after allegedly stealing a woman’s wallet containing a GWorld card, two credit cards, a debit card and her driver’s license.
Safety officials said they have no plans to change the University’s protest policies, which already ban outside demonstrations on campus.