Three hundred eighty-eight vehicles display license plates emblazoned with the GW logo in the DMV area, an increase of nearly 25 percent from 2015.
The Faculty Senate resolution marks another milestone in tensions between faculty and administrators over the 20/30 Plan and its rationale.
University President Thomas LeBlanc has not responded to the GW NAACP’s call for his response to an “insensitive” recorded conversation with a student.
Provost Brian Blake floated the idea of increasing the minimum GPA required of students to keep merit-based aid.
Chief Information Officer Loretta Early said the IT staff will pilot the software, called HappySignals, until early March to enhance IT services.
Heinle now serves as associate vice president and controller of George Mason University, according to her LinkedIn profile.
Divestment experts said nixing the university’s fossil fuel investments will make more of a “political statement” than a real environmental one.
Dana Bradley, who arrived in September, has helped lead a push by University President Thomas LeBlanc to improve GW’s institutional culture.
GW’s new vice president of development for alumni relations and annual giving said she has worked to retain existing donors and increase outreach.
Grace Speights, the chair of the board, said the task force will provide an “institutional statement of beliefs” and address a “broad range” of issues.