There are currently 68 faculty job openings for SMHS and the Medical Faculty Associates, a number that continues to increase annually.
November 17, 2016
Stories from the November 17, 2016 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Tyler Anbinder, a professor of history, published a new book last month examining the similar experiences of immigrants across generations coming to the U.S.
If GW wants to effectively educate the next generation of environmental scientists, officials should create an environmental science department.
GW’s international enrollment office is starting a new video project that will feature promotional videos for overseas recruitment events and dinners.
GW’s retention officials want to replicate techniques partner organizations use to keep students engaged and connected.
The University experienced a 151.8 percent increase in private support last year, moving up 176 spots on the Chronicle of Philanthropy’s list of the 400 top fundraising organizations.
A class registration system should give preference to students by class year and major, not a fast internet connection.
There’s a stigma around the word “felony.” When people hear the word they might imagine a stereotyped image of what a felon is.
Adjunct professors can mentor their students in applying classroom knowledge to the real world – but the University needs to standardize how they do this.
From taking a hike to deleting your account, you should be feeling a little better by the time Thanksgiving break rolls around.