As the University’s largest freshman class in at least a decade acclimates to campus, introductory courses and residence halls may seem more crowded.
Officials are making more selective admissions decisions for GW’s data science program amid booming interest in the field.
Students can now get personalized feedback on their resumes without visiting the career center’s on-campus office.
GW will close main buildings as part of amped up security for the “Unite the Right” rally in D.C. this weekend.
The University dropped off the list of “Most Politically Active Students” on The Princeton Review’s annual college rankings.
Alfreda Robinson, the associate dean for trial advocacy at the law school, was elected as the next president of the National Bar Association this week.
A private philanthropy foundation gifted the GW Health Workforce Institute $18 million to expand its fellowship program.
Supervisors will now issue employee performance reviews online and check in with employees twice a year to review their goals.
GW is one of 16 institutions supporting Harvard University in a lawsuit criticizing the Ivy League school’s use of race in admissions decisions.
The medical school renamed the Department of Anatomy and Regenerative Biology to the Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology.