The Milken Institute School of Public Health received more than $6 million in gifts and pledges in 2018 – the highest amount in at least the past five years.
Officials said the development office set a series of new donation goals this semester to prepare for the next fundraising campaign.
Maria Frawley, the director of the University Honors Program, announced last week that she will step down from her role at the end of the semester.
The academic advising office is offering gift cards and merchandise to encourage more students to participate in a survey.
A public health professor found that millions of visits to the emergency room for asthma are caused by air pollution.
University President Thomas LeBlanc released a statement Monday offering support after a shooting at a synagogue in Pittsburgh Saturday.
The Mayberg Center for Jewish Education and Leadership in GSEHD is launching a new master’s degree in Jewish education.
Applications to the law school jumped 6.3 percent during last year’s admissions cycle, a law school spokeswoman said Monday.
The Asian American Student Association is pushing officials in the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences to develop an Asian American studies minor.
About 30 students interrupted a Board of Trustees meeting Friday morning to urge administrators to divest from GW’s holdings in the fossil fuel industry.