Michelle Choi

Music department ups security

The music department increased security measures in the basement of the Academic Center this year after a rash of instrument thefts last spring totaled more than $20,000 in losses. Facilities Management moved the lockers that used to the hallways of the department into room B-112 this year. Students access the room by swiping GWorld cards […]

School to alter faculty complaint line

Looking to ensure personal rights, the Faculty Senate will propose an alternative to GW’s current anonymous faculty complaint line this week. After months of discussion about its negative impact on faculty security, officials said the senate will focus on the line at its meeting Friday. The line, which allows students and faculty to leave anonymous […]

University faculty diversity increases steadily

GW’s faculty is becoming more diverse, according to a report released by the Faculty Senate last month. The Senate reported hiring 60 women and 32 minority professors this school year. The Senate released the Retention and Recruitment of Women Faculty and Faculty of Color report, an outline of trends in recruitment of minority faculty over […]

GW adds two new undergraduate majors

Student demand and resources available in D.C. led GW to add biomedical engineering and biological anthropology as majors, GW officials said. The majors are open to students in any school. “These majors are cross department disciplines . collaboration of different departments, ” said Don Lehman, vice president for Academic Affairs. “The engineering department and the […]

Features: On the prowl for jobs

GW’s Career Center reports that job market is tighter now than past years, and many GW seniors said they are feeling the pinch as they continue with less than successful job searches. “It’s supply and demand,” said Jonathan Ferguson, assistant director for Career Services in the Career Center. “The economy isn’t great, and there aren’t […]

Political journalist speaks at U-Club

About 25 faculty, alumni and community members reviewed the political year at an intimate luncheon with Washington journalist Gloria Borger Monday. The group discussed topics ranging from the 2000 presidential elections in Florida to the Winter Olympics. “We can talk about the war to the recession to Enron but please do not talk about the […]

Nixon advisers speak at ESIA

Nearing the 30th anniversary of former President Richard Nixon’s groundbreaking visit to China, former Nixon administration National Security Council members met at GW Friday to discuss the historic implications of the 1972 visit. The three officials discussed the trip’s significance in international politics and shared anecdotes from the trip, in front of a standing room-only […]