Professors were initially “excited” about the fall semester, but they now say they are bogged down by the stress of layoffs and other financial cuts.
Officials hosted a webinar on a journalism initiative highlighting African American history as part of the “Race in America” speaker series Tuesday.
The law school hosted a webinar on the federal government’s recent steps toward emerging trade barriers and cybersecurity with a panel of experts Thursday.
For students who may be stressed about the future of the coronavirus pandemic, this week’s dish is meant to provide some comfort.
Officials plan to transition all undergraduate business school programs to Bachelor of Science programs starting next academic year.
Former President Barack Obama’s 2008 campaign manager talked Democratic turnout in the 2020 presidential election Thursday at Betts Theater.
Kirsten Martin, the newly appointed professor of business ethics, said the dean’s office approached her about filling the position.
The School of Business is adding to a 15-year long partnership with a university in France through a new exchange program starting next spring.
The ambassadors are organizing an event around Singles Awareness Day in the next few weeks to to encourage single students to meet up with others.
About five years after opening, the Science and Engineering Hall has encouraged faculty from top-20 universities to join GW, officials said.