Officials are convening a faculty advisory board to focus on teaching, learning and raising retention rates.
Stories from the issue of the GW Hatchet.
The Board voted to approve the budget for the next fiscal year on Friday, with less funding for large constructions projects and more for financial aid.
The announcement marked the signature achievement of the University’s efforts to use donations to fund campus projects. But even as the milestone passed, officials said there were still areas of the University that had not been fully explored as sources of donations.
Students say Knapp and his wife, Diane, led a University-wide shift toward renewable energy and environmental education.