The University launched a digital humanities institute last week, which a pair of English professors hope will help modernize the humanities at GW.
GW will sponsor the visas of non-degree international students to take courses on campus for the first time this summer, feeding more foreign students into the University to produce about $250,000 in revenue. The programs for non-GW and high school students will increase the University’s name recognition, attracting more foreign students, Associate Provost for International […]
The number of faculty positions with a chance at tenure has reached an all-time high this year, as GW looks to lure top scholars with more permanent positions. Nearly 79 percent of full-time professors this year have or are in line for tenure – a rise bolstered by a 15 percent drop in the number […]
GW Law School students are pushing back against professors who post class grades after the official deadline, potentially hurting aspiring lawyers’ job or internship hunts. The Student Bar Association senate passed a resolution last week calling for a transparent grade-posting deadline, consequences for professors who post grades late and improved communications from the school’s records […]