At least three faculty members saw glaring errors in their paychecks this month, leading to feelings of insecurity, confusion and distrust.
Maria de la Fuente, the director of the Spanish language program, said the program has been unable to recruit or maintain adjunct faculty to teach the courses because of low pay and a lack of job security.
Some faculty members have been struggling to find places to teach their language courses – some even wandering buildings to claim empty classrooms.
GW has landed at the No. 56 spot this year in the U.S. News & World Report’s annual rankings of best national universities – one spot higher than its No. 57 place finish last year. This is the first year the University has risen in the rankings since its was removed from the list in 2012 […]
GW students, faculty and staff attended a series of town hall meetings Monday afternoon to give input on the University’s presidential search.
Officials recommended a policy over the summer asking professors to include the exact numbers of hours students are expected to spend on each course outside of the classroom on their syllabi.
Undergraduate and graduate students from programs across GW and other universities in a class called “The Olympic Experience” traveled to Brazil to learn first-hand what goes into putting on the Olympic games.
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After GW’s president announced his departure and the interim provost became permanent, faculty said the changes allow officials to reevaluate their vision.
After the University launched its presidential search at the end of June, some faculty said they were worried that the presidential search committee was not inclusive of the faculty community at GW.