Officials hosted four sessions this week for faculty and staff to air their grievances and provide feedback for University President Thomas LeBlanc.
Professors said a White House executive order protecting free speech on college campuses may make students more apt to share controversial beliefs.
Officials said about 13,000 unique users have accessed Digital Workplace, an online IT maintenance tool, in the year since its launch.
The first-ever “Coffee with Colonials” events were held this month, connecting students with alumni to discuss career advice.
Google Cloud donated more than $300,000 in startup software for students participating in the New Venture Competition.
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A new nine-week program will allow students to spend a summer learning the ins and outs of launching a startup.
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.