Hundreds of faculty, staff, alumni and students have called on LeBlanc to resign in recent weeks as tensions continue to rise.
University spokesperson Crystal Nosal said LeBlanc’s “current focus” is the committees examining the Colonials moniker and Marvin Center namesake.
More than 220 faculty and 130 students signed a petition saying LeBlanc has “threatened” the core values of GW.
The signatories of the letter included nearly 50 faculty, including all faculty senators from the business school.
Provost Brian Blake and Dean Paul Wahlbeck encouraged students to seek support from various University offices.
Alumna Kellyanne Conway and Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., who taught a class at the University in fall 2017, spoke at the convention.
Scully will moderate the second presidential debate, which will take the form of a town hall, on Oct. 15.
The event staff layoffs, which affected about 60 employees, will now be consolidated into roughly nine positions, four employees told The Hatchet.
Chief Information Officer Loretta Early will resign as administrators shift to a shared services model for GW’s technology services.
Heather Swain, who rescinded her offer to lead GW’s communications division, faced criticism for her role in the Larry Nassar case at Michigan State University.