GW is the first of its peer schools to pilot a chatbot designed to help answer students’ questions about technology issues.
The Board of Trustees’ medicine and clinical partnerships committee stopped meeting this summer, allowing officials to take over the medical enterprise.
Hear news editors talk about the new academic commons, updates on 18th credit fees and the Cancer Center’s search for a grant.
The School of Engineering and Applied Sciences launched a new online master’s program on electrical engineering in late August.
Geneva Henry, the dean of libraries, said officials are collecting data about questions asked at Academic Commons to improve the services offered.
The Board of Trustees created a new task force over the summer that will examine declining enrollment nationwide.
Officials are inviting high-profile alumni to join a new alumni advisory council, which will meet twice a year and advise administrators.
A team of researchers from the public health school found that Hurricane Maria led to roughly 3,000 deaths in Puerto Rico.
Martin Baum, the new president of GWAA, said he will move forward with the group’s merger with the University’s alumni office.
Families took a break from move-in Saturday at two new family welcome centers – the first steps of a renewed push to prioritize the student experience.