The provost’s office announced several destinations for academic departments forced out of their offices by the planned 2100 Pennsylvania Ave. project at a Faculty Senate meeting.
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.
Six months after the provost’s office announced a plan to increase diversity, no plans have been formally submitted.
Officials said the transition will not affect student health care, but student advocates were alarmed by Egelman’s sudden exit.
Some faculty said they face an uncertain future after being moved out of their offices to make way for top officials relocating from Rice Hall.
The president of the Faculty Association praised Elliott School Dean Reuben Brigety for making a “vital substantive and symbolic move” to improve female representation at academic events.
Students pursuing mastery of a foreign language will have a new way to fulfill their language requirements.
The policy, which bans single-gender event panels at the school, has drawn fire from some faculty who say it abridges academic freedom.
Administrators currently housed in Rice Hall will be moved into buildings across campus by the end of next year, according to a University release from Tuesday.
A number of faculty welcomed University President Thomas LeBlanc’s focus on GW’s institutional culture with one main reaction: finally.