CCAS’ new hires will raise its total number of full-time faculty members to 491, a figure that does not include full-time visiting or research faculty.
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas had co-taught the course since 2011, but won’t teach it this fall after thousands called for his firing.
Roderick French, a former professor and vice president of academic affairs, died last month after nearly 30 years of service at GW.
Liesl Riddle, currently a vice dean for strategy at the School of Business, will take over as the head of CPS at the beginning of August.
GW ranked 415th out of more than 1,300 institutions from around the world, its lowest ranking since at least 2011, in this year’s annual CWTS Leiden Rankings.
The release states the provost’s office appointed five officials to new positions to strengthen academic excellence and the student experience.
Officials announced Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas will continue teaching his constitutional law seminar after thousands called for his firing.
The petition, which has amassed more than 3,600 signatures, was made in response to the Supreme Court’s recent decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.
Executive Vice President and CFO Mark Diaz oversaw GW’s finances through the COVID-19 pandemic and spearheaded initiatives like the U-Pass program.
Kelley Bishop will serve as the permanent associate vice provost for the Center of Career Services following a nation-wide search.