LeBlanc said the University would be “best served” by a president who could lead GW’s “long-term strategic direction” after the pandemic.
LeBlanc locked in on a defined messaging strategy during the pandemic – communicate regularly and don’t overpromise.
Faculty, staff and students attending campus in person this fall must receive their final vaccine dose two weeks before arrival.
The next time you’re looking to catch a sunset, ditch the rooftop and head to the nation’s most iconic memorials for an unforgettable view.
Faculty sentiments in the survey address administrators’ “overall capacities, values and performance,” an analysis by the Faculty Survey Team found.
Lynn Goldman, the dean of the Milken Institute School of Public Health, said she believes officials should move in the direction of a vaccine requirement.
Blake said he had not fully weighed whether he would desire the role when he was revealed as a finalist last week.
Officials had set an initial donation goal of $300,000, which was surpassed before 10 a.m. Wednesday, but ultimately raised nearly $1 million.
LeBlanc said administrators will administer doses to students if government officials provide GW with the vaccine.
Administrators announced last week that they will resume employee retirement matching contributions and merit salary increases in July.