The Medical Faculty Associates announced an agreement Wednesday with a revenue management company to improve patients’ experiences at the MFA.
June 26, 2020
Stories from the June 26, 2020 issue of the GW Hatchet.
Lenore Miller, the director of University art galleries and chief curator of the Luther W. Brady Art Gallery, will retire from her position at the end of June.
Officials are asking students if they plan to return to campus this fall as GW shifts to a hybrid instruction model.
The Metro’s Board of Directors will assemble an oversight panel that will hold transit police officers accountable for investigations, DCist reported Tuesday.
The Student Bar Association submitted a letter Tuesday calling on administrators to respond to demands including refunding students for the spring semester.
Metro is set to reopen more than a dozen rail stations Sunday that were closed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Officials said they are monitoring GW’s ability to quarantine and isolate students, provide contact tracing and offer health surveillance.
The faculty claimed Barr’s actions have “undermined the rule of law” and “breached constitutional norms.”
Officials announced Wednesday Jay Goff will take over as the permanent vice provost of enrollment and student success in August.
Faculty will have the option to opt out of teaching classes in person this fall, Provost Brian Blake said.