Gabriel Slifka was called up for active-duty service in the U.S. Army Reserves, prompting an immediate external search for his replacement.
The University’s Title IX office includes less staff and fewer ways to appeal a decision in a sexual violence than most of its peer schools.
New research found that a program sending messages about the dangers of cigarettes helped some expectant mothers quit smoking.
Faculty said officials need to boost hiring to give professors more time to focus on projects and examine new sources of research funding as federal spending slows.
A team of student engineers is working to build the first GW-made satellite in the Science and Engineering Hall and launch it into orbit by the end of 2019.
About 40 students gathered outside of SMPA to protest Education Secretary Betsy DeVos’ changes to Title IX enforcement.
An adjunct professor of medicine said he will deliver a report on nutritional analysis to government agencies in the hopes of influencing dietary guidelines.
Experts say GW – and universities nationwide – face limited options if they choose to directly challenge new guidelines from the Trump administration.
University President Thomas LeBlanc said the University would continue using one major aspect of Obama-era federal Title IX protections even after the Education Department withdrew those guidelines last week.
A new student-support system in the nursing school will help students develop strategies to physically and emotionally caring for themselves.