When professors require students to attend events outside of class, they must make sure these external events are financially accessible for all students.
March 7, 2019
Stories from the March 7, 2019 issue of the GW Hatchet.
The public health school has seen a nearly 150 percent increase in tenured and tenure-track faculty over the past decade.
Officials plan to hire a new professor of ethics and international affairs to help expand ethics-related courses in the Elliott School.
The public health school launched a website this week to showcase the school’s health care research and expertise.
A 3D printer added to the medical school last year has printed more than 30 times since it was installed, officials said.
GW spent about $4.8 million on research funded by international sources in fiscal year 2018 – about triple the amount expended in fiscal year 2013.
Officials said they are using a new option for inclement weather allowing department managers to decide if their employees need to come to work.
Female professors, on average, made at least 90 cents for every dollar male faculty made during the 2018-19 academic year.
An exhibit that highlights missing and murdered indigenous women opened at the National Museum of the American Indian Friday.
The Office for Civil Rights opened two investigations into GW for possible disability discrimination last month.