University leaders are ensuring that faculty are advised on future changes to health care benefits, after faculty complained they were left out of changes for next calendar year.
Faculty are “outraged” about GW’s new healthcare plans, which they say limit their options and force them to take on expenses that the University should cover.
Business school leaders “streamlined” the minimum number of students needed to hold a course in the school, a spokesman said last week.
Student leaders are hoping that the second time’s the charm for their Colonial Crowdfunding projects.
A software used to detect cheating on online quizzes remains rarely used by faculty at GW, two years after officials began testing it.
The amount of pledged gifts GW received last fiscal year dropped by 28 percent percent compared to the year before.
The School of Business has two new leaders for undergraduate and graduate programs, the school’s dean confirmed last week.
Experts say that it’s usually the donor’s decision not to reveal the amount of a gift and it’s in the University’s best interest not to try to convince the donor to release that detail, even if big gifts can help encourage potential donors to pull out their checkbooks.
LMO Advertising, the largest advertising agency in the D.C. area according to its website, will help the University lead its marketing. The new partnership comes a year after the University hired a New York-based agency to advertise its graduate programs.
Baby Boomers are gearing up for retirement, and GW is gearing up to teach them how to make that transition.