Kevin Pelphrey, the director of GW’s autism institute, published a paper last week that found a new way to measure autism in boys.
April 28, 2016
Stories from the April 28, 2016 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Pamela Woodruff, a psychology professor and GW alumnus who began teaching at GW in the mid 1970s, is retiring this year.
Officials plan to install new floors in JBKO, bathrooms and kitchens in 2109 F Street and furniture in Thurston Hall as part of summer housing renovations.
Six months after the center’s last director stepped down, there are no signs of a new Mental Health Services director.
Alpha Sigma Phi, Chi Phi, Delta Lambda Phi, Phi Delta Theta, Phi Gamma Delta and Sigma Alpha Mu are all being considered to open a chapter on campus.
Orientations would serve as an important introduction to weight room equipment in the gym, and help minimize injuries and embarrassment.
Income-share programs could make a GW education more accessible and let students graduate with less debt.
A former officer in the University Police Department settled her harassment complaint against the department this month.
GW’s residences halls performed better in this year’s sustainability challenge than in the past two years.
Officials expect to hit their goal of raising $1 billion on time.