The senior associate vice president for alumni relations and annual giving will step down at the end of the month to take on a new role at New Jersey college.
The financial aid office will create an advisory council this semester and pair students with an individual adviser starting in the fall.
A male individual sleeping on a bench outside Ross Hall threatened a GWPD officer and urinated on the sidewalk.
The Independent Alumni Association of George Washington is starting its first international chapter in London next month, leaders said.
First-year students who sign up for District Connections will receive notices about free events around the District.
Leslie Jacobson, a longtime professor of theater, plans to retire at the end of this semester after more than 40 years at GW.
The University created a plan to make online content more user-friendly for individuals with disabilities, especially those with vision impairments.
Faculty said the results of a $300,000 institutional culture survey highlighted issues that they had already known for years.
Duncan Bedlion, a double alumnus, was promoted to serve as commander of the Second District earlier this month.
The outgoing leader of the medical school helped unite GW’s medical entities and made strides in diversity initiatives.