The University Counseling Center will use a budget that is $150,000 larger this year to pay two new counselors who will work with veterans and international students.
August 26, 2013
Volume 110, Issue 5
Stories from the August 26, 2013 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
Guthrie, who was hired away from a faculty position at New York University, had big plans to double the number of endowed professors, rapidly build up a fledgling executive education program and expand to China – all while the college faced a financial deficit.
A pre-season scrimmage showed the merry-go-round of player changes the team has seen this offseason, as well as the high number of potential starting rotations head coach Amanda Ault has to choose from.
Fifty years after 200,000 people swarmed the District’s streets to march for jobs and freedom, the city and the University commemorate Martin Luther King, Jr. and his civil rights legacy.
In the years after the University’s 1954 integration, African-American students rallied for expanded educational opportunities and a presence in campus social life, at times aided by white students who marched in their defense, and at other times stymied by University policy.
GW is hardly known as a pathway to Wall Street, so it would serve both the business school and its students by investing in this niche undergraduate discipline. Students will be able to take advantage of the earnings potential of the field without paying for graduate school, and the University will be able to further its goal of connecting its colleges through interdisciplinary education.
Freshman Mackenzie Cowley has already managed to raise the bar high for herself, scoring the game-winning goal in GW’s season opener against American on Friday.
Provost Steven Lerman wrote in an email to faculty that “fundamental differences about financial and operational performance were significant enough to warrant a change in leadership.” Guthrie will stay on as a tenured professor.