On this week’s episode, hear news editors talk about the launch of a discounted meal startup and GW’s recent partnership with the Disney Institute.
The University’s alumni office will not merge with the GW Alumni Association and will instead create a new alumni organization that is fully integrated with GW.
The Office of Military and Veteran Student Services is fully staffed for the first time in two years after hiring four staffers over the past five months.
The development and alumni relations office implemented new online and physical security measures to protect financial donations.
News reporters update us on a group of graduate students’ push for a union and discuss a new student-made guide for middle to low-income students.
Listen to news editors talk about renovations on VSTC, the School of Business’ budget deficit and the recent increase in students with disabilities.
GW raised $115.7 million last fiscal year from more than 22,000 donors – the fifth-highest amount fundraised in the University’s history.
The business school missed its anticipated graduate school enrollment this year by nearly 30 percent, resulting in a multimillion-dollar deficit, faculty said.
The IT Support Center is now located in a space in the basement of Rome Hall with more room than its previous location in Phillips Hall.
Officials have outfitted 133 classrooms with new technology over the past four years, Geneva Henry, the dean of GW Libraries and Academic Innovation, said.