Dmitry Karshtedt, a law professor and a celebrated scholar in the intellectual property law community, died late last month.
GW and LifeBridge Health signed an agreement that will allow a cohort 30 third- and fourth-year students to study at the hospital, starting in the spring.
Faculty senators will vote on the resolution urging officials to resume plans for a new residence hall on the corner of 20th and H streets.
Officials announced Monday that LaQuandra Nesbitt, the former director of DC Health, will hold the first of the University’s 14 endowed professorships.
The increased pay and benefits come after 18 months of negotiations between union leaders and officials.
Faculty in the Writing Center said they reduced its hiring efforts and hours this fall after officials instructed them to cut operating expenses.
Freshmen living on the Vern said the reduced hours inhibit their productivity because the times they can study in the library on the Vern are limited.
University spokesperson Josh Grossman said payment processing issues have been resolved through “streamlined processes” and “staffing support.”
In the basement of Corcoran Hall, a professor and a student are using virtual reality to allow students to virtually travel through outer space.
Provost Chris Bracey said at the annual Faculty Assembly Monday that reports on the survey results will be available for “leadership review” in November.