The program, created and co-directed by Foggy Bottom residents Jill Nevius, Mary Kay Shaw and Jackie Lemire, has brought new exhibitions to the neighborhood every two years.
October 23, 2014
Stories from the October 23, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet.
University President Steven Knapp wants to get a better sense of the inner workings of GW’s more than 70 academic departments.
While players with a decent amount of experience were at his disposal, Jones instead turned to his freshman class to jumpstart the team’s struggling offense.
Enrollment has nearly doubled in a two-year-old analytics masters program in the GW School of Business while, nationwide, graduate enrollment lags.
Office of Sustainability Director Meghan Chapple will lead the University’s signature program designed to cut costs and pitch money-saving ideas after its leader announced he would step down at the end of the month.
A New York-based advertising agency will spend the next year creating digital communication campaigns across the University – the first time GW has hired a firm to focus on its digital presence.
GW does not offer a baseline course that exclusively covers the history of the LGBT rights movement. That’s a big gap we must fill.
The D.C. Council’s human services committee approved a bill last week that would make winter shelters more comfortable for the homeless.
When a local leader lost her 13-week-old dog to a disease transmitted by rodent urine last week, her plan to rid Foggy Bottom of pests got much more personal.
The organization’s top leader is looking to revamp his chapter’s reputation for not necessarily being service-oriented, hoping to distance the group from stigmas that he said has plagued its national counterparts.