Experts said a prolonged period without a permeant leader in human resources could stall projects, but waiting to find a strong candidate for the position could ensure long-term success.
The Faculty Senate voted to adopt a revised resolution to subject online programs to the same reviews as traditional ones.
The initial project, which began in the summer of 2016, was expanded this academic year in an effort to “revisit and improve” processes.
Hatchet editors talk about mass shootings, an administrator departure and satire laptop stickers on this week’s episode of “Getting to the Bottom of It.”
Mark Diaz, the new chief financial officer who will start in June, will inherit high tuition reliance, a ballooning debt and ongoing budget cuts.
Organizers of the effort said it would help veterans with service-related disabilities skip lengthy wait times for off-campus primary care.
Listen to editors discuss the SA sustainability fund, veteran health issues and marijuana parties in the District.
A team of researchers from the Milken Institute School of Public Health will lead an effort to determine the full death toll from Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico.
University President Thomas LeBlanc said he’s begun taking steps to improve employee morale and create a more service-oriented staff culture.
Leaders of the group said alumni living abroad serve as valuable recruiters and mentors to international students at GW.