Officials said half of all undergraduates and a third of graduate students took at least one class in the spring as Pass/No Pass or Credit/No Credit.
Researchers are working with the Public Echoes of Rhetoric in America Project to track Twitter conversations related to the November general election.
A panel of D.C. community stakeholders and leaders discussed current challenges facing marginalized communities due to COVID-19 Friday.
The School of Business is revamping its accountancy capstone program for next semester to allow students to engage in partnerships with U.S.-based companies.
Faculty and staff said a lecture series to discuss the global response to the COVID-19 pandemic has helped bring the school’s community together.
Students in the international and comparative law program can study two new master of law concentrations this fall.
Students said Elizabeth Chacko has prioritized student input and new cultural events in her first year leading the Mount Vernon Campus.
Faculty and students in a College of Professional Studies program are creating an academic journal focused on ethical issues in the publishing field.
After two weeks of teaching online, faculty said they have found ways to adapt to the virtual instruction formats, despite their limitations.
Library staff said they are encouraging students to write down how high textbook costs adversely affect their education.