The Columbian College of Arts and Sciences announced Friday that it will begin a search for a new dean following the resignation of Dean Peg Barratt, opening up an opportunity to examine what the priorities of the dean of the University’s largest and oldest school should be. As Barratt prepares to exit her deanship in […]
May 14, 2012
Volume 109, Issue 1
Stories from the May 14, 2012 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Groups of professors and administrators have spent two months pitching bold solutions for GW’s strategic plan.
The GW Law School will enroll up to a 10 percent smaller first-year class this fall after a historically low application season, a move that will translate to fewer tuition dollars during a turbulent time for law schools nationwide. Dean Paul Schiff Berman said he has looked to downsize one of the largest top-tier law […]
The University pocketed a total of $53,550 in housing cancellation fees from about 100 students this spring.
A former employee is alleging GW shortchanged and fired him without a valid reason in a lawsuit expected to be delivered to the University by Tuesday. David Driscoll, a former special assistant in the Office of Teaching and Learning, is charging that the University failed to adequately compensate his extra hours of work and terminated […]
Monday Cyber Strategy Panel Learn what a former vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff thinks must be done to protect American interests in the cyber age. 1957 E St. – 5 p.m. Thursday Senior Class Gift Presentation Congratulate the Class of 2012 and find out if seniors met their $50,000 challenge to reach […]
The ongoing construction on campus hasn’t been the only example of change at GW
This decade might be the most important one of our lives. And it is not worth squandering.