Officials said they have saved $50,000 and 450 metric tons of carbon dioxide emissions since installing rooftop solar panels last May.
Officials reviewed designs for a new student center and renovated library in Kogan Plaza, an ambulatory care center near Ross Hall and other new facilities.
Students have filed nearly 50 FixIt tickets for hot water shut-offs, cloudy streams of water and low sink and shower pressure this fall.
A staff member reported receiving multiple threatening phone calls from a former GW employee in reference to his termination.
Researchers in the department said the difficulties delayed federally funded research and limited graduate students’ ability to apply to degree programs.
Experts said uncertainty over fall campus operations delayed universities’ decisions over how and when to allocate their third stimulus packages.
A University-wide task force recommended officials to continue offering remote options and maintaining a “culture of empathy” after the pandemic.
Students said their class and work schedules were inconvenienced by delayed Vex schedules due to driver shortages and vendor issues.
At least 10 professors who the University hired last year said they’ve been apprehensive to transition to their first semester on campus.
An engineering professor is programming a satellite that will orbit Mars to find water ice, a key resource for human settlement of Mars.