A committee reported that total compensation lags behind that of peer institutions and schools with similar costs of living because GW’s fringe benefits are small compared to those of its competitors.
This post was written by Hatchet Reporter Kiara Bhagwanjee. Lashae Hunter, a senior at Cesar Chavez Public Charter School, arrived at school Wednesday ready to go on a class field trip to the mall to continue work on her thesis project. Instead, she met University President Steven Knapp, Director of Admissions Karen Felton and GW’s mascot, […]
Seniors interested in attending graduate school could receive a 10 percent reduction in tuition if they choose to enroll in a program based in nine of GW’s colleges.
Though the program will look vastly different from what was first introduced, administrators see it as a way to expand the University’s global presence.
University President Steven Knapp sent a memo to the University Monday explaining that 5 percent budget cuts across GW stem from a decrease in graduate enrollment.
The University will delay rolling out parts of its decade-long strategic plan, setting back transformational programs officials hoped would boost GW’s presence, after missing its revenue target this year.
University Writing professors are teaching larger classes this semester, which they say translates into less time for giving personalized feedback to students.
Students working in the building Monday were forced to evacuate after a pipe burst.
The University will reopen Wednesday after canceling classes because of snow Tuesday.
Top administrators will decide this spring whether GW should make research by faculty members freely available online.