When officials unveil the University’s biggest academic investment in its history this spring – the $275 million Science and Engineering Hall – faculty leaders won’t know how much money GW still needs to raise.
October 30, 2014
Stories from the October 30, 2014 issue of the GW Hatchet.
A GW student is hoping to raise $5,000 online to repay off her debt to GW and re-enroll in the Graduate School of Political Management.
Media Credit: Olivia Harding | Hatchet Photographer Muhsana Ali, a Senegalese artist, is part of a group of painters working on a mural on the exterior of The Phillips Collection for the museum’s International Forum Weekend. The gallery partnered with the Department of State’s Office of Art in Embassies to showcase international modern art.
Media Credit: Anna McGarrigle | Senior Designer
GW is hoping a new in-house course design shop will prompt more departments to create online degree programs, which would help offset a $10 million budget gap caused by declining enrollment.
Obviously, stories about crime and security are always going to be more prominent than positive stories, both in the news and minds of students. But at GW, I’m thinking about safety more than ever before.
It’s the University’s job to inform us when serious crimes – the kinds of incidents that make us nervous to walk down a street alone – are reported on campus. And our school has let us down.
While it’s all well and good that these big names seem to think the hotline is a nice idea, in order to make any progress, we need a clear, tangible commitment to making the program happen.
Only months into a partnership, one of GW’s leading researchers decided to move on, and took his Google project, nine graduate students and the $1.2 million grant with him across the country.