This is a completely different GW team than the one that barely snuck into last year’s Atlantic 10 Championship, but the opponent will be the same Saturday: Massachusetts.
March 3, 2014
Volume 110, Issue 28
Stories from the March 3, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
The public health’s school rise from one of the University’s smallest and newest schools to a research powerhouse has involved much more than bagging big gifts.
The University, which will be the only one among its 14 peer institutions not to have in-house investment managers, follows a swelling wave of universities nationwide that have cut out some of their highest salaried staff members while expanding the breadth of their investments.
Zacchaeus “Zak” Boyd Johnson, Jr., who spent nearly three decades at GW, died from stomach cancer on Valentine’s Day at GW Hospital. He was 65.
The University sealed the gifts at a crucial time, just the way it’s drawn up in fundraisers’ playbooks: a slow courtship that aligned donors’ interests with GW’s priorities.
The University accepted 64 percent of its early decision applicants this year, a 20-point spike and the highest rate in five years after a steep drop-off in applications.
At a large university like GW, Weisner said it’s impossible to mandate suicide prevention training across campus. But he said the resources would improve existing efforts to train faculty, administrators and residence hall staff at conferences and workshops.
Women’s basketball head coach Jonathan Tsipis came to a losing GW team two years ago, stepping in to turn the program around. Now, in his sophomore season, the team has rediscovered its winning potential after struggling for half a decade.
Women’s lacrosse junior attacker Jamie Bumgardner etched her name into the GW record books last week. Not once, but twice. With a 12-point, six-assist performance in the Colonials’ 21-10 defeat of Liberty, Bumgardner set new school records for points and assists in a single game. Her record-breaking performance against Liberty earned her individual accolades, as […]
GW will partner with the National Institutes of Health through a super-speed research network with even more info-sharing power for genomics data.