Study abroad officials will offer a virtual exchange program this spring for international students facing travel restrictions during the COVID-19 pandemic.
GW Libraries staff are transitioning tutoring programs and academic success workshops online as the rest of classes move online this semester.
College of Professional Studies officials are partnering with a virtual education company to prepare students to work in the financial sector.
Diplomats and experts discussed issues in space governance at the Elliott School of International Affairs Tuesday.
Officials said the policy has led to a “measurable drop” in skips but added that the policy has not been in place long enough to determine its success.
The SEAS Center for Women in Engineering is holding workshops for engineering students to prepare them to enter the workforce.
Philosophy department faculty are offering a new course in December that will allow students to travel to Mexico to study the country’s environmental problems.
The philosophy department will host an alumni conference on Saturday to reconnect and strengthen ties with graduates of the department.