A study released last month by Indeed Hiring Lab found that the most opportunities in the job market were focused in five areas, mostly in the science and math fields. Enrollment in those same areas has grown at GW over the past five years, suggesting that the University is investing in departments that are most likely to lead to a job for students.
September 8, 2016
Stories from the September 8, 2016 issue of the GW Hatchet.
A new counselor on campus will help student veterans seek careers, access medical benefits, and take advantage of academic resources.
A researcher in the medical school has discovered that the surgical removal of an organ called the thymus is an effective way to treat a chronic autoimmune disease.
Students should not be restricted and pressured to immediately start counting credits and mapping out their classes for future semesters.
The application deadlines for these funds were extended by a month and updates to the funds’ website provide students examples of successful applications.
Since the Corcoran merged with the University in 2014, undergraduate enrollment numbers for the school have fallen, from 196 the year before GW acquired the school to 151 students last year, The Washington Post reported last month.
A new sustainability course this semester will connect students with some of the most influential speakers on climate change.
Maltzman said that the University making a policy either for or against trigger warnings would infringe on the University’s academic freedom and that decisions about trigger warnings should be made by the individual professors.
After transferring to GW for his senior year, center back Ben Ogedegbe has become an invaluable member of the team’s back four.
By choosing to sit on the sidelines of a presidential election, the College Republicans are abdicating their role as a partisan organization.