Nicolaas Fourie, a research professor of anthropology who earned his doctorate from GW, died last month at 38.
University President Thomas LeBlanc condemned Islamophobia and offered support to those affected by two terrorist attacks at New Zealand mosques.
The University has consistently paid its faculty more than 80 percent of other colleges and universities nationwide.
Officials said they are using a new option for inclement weather allowing department managers to decide if their employees need to come to work.
Female professors, on average, made at least 90 cents for every dollar male faculty made during the 2018-19 academic year.
On this week’s episode, The Hatchet’s news team updates us on the status of the Colonial Health Center’s leadership and the first review of GW’s president.
Officials are trying to convince more students to thank donors for their scholarships by offering them gift cards and free pizza.
Officials said students will be able to earn the accelerated MBA degree starting in the fall requiring 48 credit hours.
At least a dozen of the existing 16 graduate certificate programs in the business school will be available online by fall 2020.
The School of Business plans to launch a business minor for non-business students, officials announced last week.