Elizabeth Thom, a research professor and the former head of the Biostatistics Center, saved the lives of “countless” mothers and newborns through her research.
Officials restored funding for faculty merit salary increases in the Fiscal Year 2022 budget with additional spending on faculty promotions and special raises.
More than half a dozen professors said GW’s vaccine mandate and N95 mask distribution will ensure a safe return to in-person instruction.
Officials are prepared to implement an “isolation-in-place strategy” on campus if the COVID-19 caseload exceeds isolation housing capacity.
The “GW-branded” U-Pass cards will be valid starting Jan. 10 through the end of the semester in May.
Metrobus service will drop to 75 percent of its regular levels Monday, and officials will eliminate some weekday routes.
Officials are looking to hire an administrator to oversee the Center for Career Services after Rachel Brown left the position in October.
Metro will purchase 10 new electric buses to test in the spring as part of its transition to a zero-emission bus fleet by 2045.
Bowser also declared a state of emergency Monday and announced an expansion of the District’s COVID-19 testing programs.
Officials presented a report at a Faculty Senate meeting Friday that stated that CAPS handled 2,739 student appointments this fall with a depleted staff.