Officials have yet to disclose recent feedback from students, faculty and staff regarding culture in the department.
Vaccinated faculty said they are eager to return to campus this fall to restore campus life for students and urge University members to accept the vaccine.
SEAS will launch two online computer science programs this fall – the Gateway to Computer Science Certificate and the master’s in applied computer science.
Paul Tschudi, an assistant professor of health sciences and alumnus of GW, died earlier this month in a house fire. He was 73.
The school’s “Inclusive Excellence Week” addressed topics in international affairs, like the ongoing violence against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.
Students voted to add an urban studies minor in CCAS through a referendum during the Student Association elections earlier this month.
Faculty and students are capturing the GW community’s pandemic experiences with interviews and documents like photos and drawings.
The Global Women’s Institute has launched an online credential exam, the first of its kind to certify experts in gender and international development.
Officials said they used a consulting body to implement changes to school bylaws in the past and now want to continue this practice for new bylaw changes.
Blake said he had not fully weighed whether he would desire the role when he was revealed as a finalist last week.