Senior class gift coordinators said they want to reach 350 or more recurring gifts from seniors at or above one of three contribution levels.
Officials developed an aspirational statement and values, oversaw four work teams and created a service ambassador team to lead training sessions this fall.
Leaders of GW’s new alumni association will incorporate feedback from a listening tour completed earlier this month to guide the group’s operations moving forward.
Officials plan to enroll 17.3 percent fewer students from last year as part of a multiple-year plan to reduce enrollment.
Participants of the first Summer Startup Accelerator cohort said the program connected them with mentors who helped refine their businesses.
In a letter sent to the House Oversight Committee, LeBlanc said the lack of federal representation for D.C. “stifles” GW’s progress in research and innovation.
GW’s associate vice president of budget and financial management left the University in July for a post at Georgetown University.
About 1,600 students enrolled in the business school’s graduate programs this year compared to roughly 1,627 students last year.
Faculty involved in the planning process shared their eagerness to be involved and encouraged the community to provide feedback in the process.
Since he arrived in April, Mark Strassman has restructured the business school career center’s staff and created a seven-step coaching “action plan.”