Classes in the new School of Public Health and Health Service building will begin a semester later than expected after construction hit several snags. Faculty will be unable to move into their offices in the $75 million building, which sits near Washington Circle, until next year’s spring break. Classrooms will open for summer 2014 – […]
Correction appended GW Law School applicants already face questions about writing samples, transcripts and letters of recommendation. But next year, they could confront a new question: Are you gay? The school might join only four top 20 law schools to add LGBT status to its applications by tracking the number of gay and transgender applicants […]
In the two-and-a-half years since Doug Guthrie set out to revive a business school with financial strife and flagging rankings, some faculty say the dean has pulled the reins too close to his chest and shut faculty out of crucial decisions. As Guthrie set out to stabilize the school’s budget, increasing fundraising and growing enrollment, […]
Dominique DeAngelo didn’t expect the martial arts training she started at age 5 to lead her to Egypt as a Fulbright scholar.